OK. My husband had divorce papers mailed to the house where
OK. My husband had divorce papers mailed to the house where we reside for me to sign. The papers say settlement agreement . I do not agree to $400 child Support. It states once I sign he is giving me 45 days to leave. What if I do nor sign what happens?. I also have an Atty that will be mailing him papers as well. Same info just child support order will be a different amount. I can't afford to pay for an contested divorce.
My child is 17 and moving in with s other parent here is
My child is 17 and moving in with his other parent here is Florida. His parent has been paying me child support and I am sure he will file some type of motion to stop paying child support and to get me to pay child support. Here is my question, what forms will they use in Florida to do this (because I would like to review them), and what county in Florida? Will it be in their county or my county to file? We both live out of the counties that the original divorce was filed now. Also, they paid child support for this month due on the 1st, so will I need to reimburse?
Married 15 1/2 years, separated 6/1/2016. I'm a stay at home
Hello,JA: Hello. How can we help?Customer: Married 15 1/2 years, separated 6/1/2016. I'm a stay at home mom, 2 kids ages 12 and 9, husband addict & cheat, his annual salary is $145k. I haven't worked in 12 yrs but have been looking for job since Feb. I have excellent credentials, 2 masters degrees, health care administration, am hopeful I'll find a job but it's not easy re-entering....I'm 53 yrs old. We are settling our own divorce w/o attorneys. Need guidance on spousal and child support.JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: CAJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: no
My husband has committed adultery with a co-worker as a
My husband has committed adultery with a co-workeras a change in behaviour I investigated and he denied and is now sending me divorce papers from Boston Massachusettswe live separately our daughter lives with meWe have only been separated because he was deported from Australia for overstaying his visa which his ban is over now he able to visit Australia
I am wondering if the verbiage used in the Child Support
I am wondering if the verbiage used in the Child Support Stipulation previously filed with the court would exclude me from having to pay child support going forward. For financial reasons I had to go back to doing contract work which pays more, and now she wants to file to modify child support yet again. Here is the verbiage in the document.Petitioner has provided adequate evidence of his recent reduction in income and the Parties agree that taking Petitioner's new income into consideration and applying the child support guidelines results in neither party owing the other any child support both going forward and retroactive to August 1, 2015.I know this next part doesn't matter but if she needed the money that would be one thing, but her & her fiancé make over $150K annually. I however am the sole provider for my family of 5 and paying any amount is going to put me in the red.So from a legal perspective, I am hoping that since they put the verbiage in there about 'going forward', that it would exclude me from future child support obligations.
09 June 2016 12:01 And - in re-reading the subpoena, do you
09 June 2016 12:01And - in re-reading the subpoena, do you think the second paragraph is even necessary?1. Any and all documents evidencing any sum of money (monies) paid, provided, loaned, or gifted to Jessica XX since August 1, 2015, including but not limited to notes, payment schedules, copies of cancelled checks, bank account statements, tax documents, and correspondence.2. Any and all documents evidencing any sum of money (monies) paid, paid, provided, loaned, or gifted on behalf of Jessica XX since August 1, 2015, including but not limited to notes, payment schedules, copies of cancelled checks, bank account statements, tax documents, and correspondence.The only money that would be included would be things like dinners, etc - as well as the copies of checks for the work I have done as an independent contractor for his company.
My wife and I have been separated now years. now we are
my wife and I have been separated now for 4 years. now we are getting a uncontested divorce... I need a child support agreement stating that neither my wife or I want child support but Joint custody. We both have him the same amount of time and we both take care of all his needs
My ex's lawyer keeps postponing court dates And keeps
My ex's lawyer keeps postponing court dates And keeps insisting I earn $2500 a month when I've never earned this amount in my life. She also filed a declaration saying I left 3 years ago and abandon my familyJA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?Customer: This is all about my ex being as nasty to me as possible with no limits to his abuse to keep me and my children financially unstable on my end because he doesn't want to pay child support I have gone through so many emotions and I'm in an impossible place now. Want to know if I should fire my lawyer or if you think he's actually trying to help me I owe him money and he knows I can't pay. He never responded to the declaration saying I left three years ago. We came to an agreement that is not fair as far as child support goes but I signed it just to end the divorce (hence agreeing I make $2500 a month) I've since turned in my tax return to DCSS The judge reviewed our agreement and sent it back. Nobody (my lawyer) won't tell me a thing.JA: OK got it. Last thing — Family Lawyers generally expect a deposit of about $18 to help with your type of question (you only pay if satisfied). Now I'm going to take you to a page to place a secure deposit with JustAnswer. Don't worry, this chat is saved. After that, we will finish helping you.
I'm self employed. My business had a gross profit of about
I'm self employed. My business had a gross profit of about &52000 last year.....out of which I pay my self and the expenses to run my business...... Line 12 on my IRS 1040 is $649..... Applying that to the Texas child support calculator gives out a figure which is not enough for child support.... But I was just ordered to pay $600 in child and medical support for one child ....which I can't afford ..... What r u views on the legality of that order and how can I address this situation ?