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Continuing with my previous situation, question, I filed for

Continuing with my previous situation, question, I filed for a modification for child support because my 20 year old daughter moved in with me after her mother told her to leave her residence. My ex has filed a motion to dismiss saying circumstances haven't changed, who is absurd because its a fact that she moved in with me months ago, March 27th whith her dog. The ex also attached copies of mail that has still been coming to her house for my daughter. In my opinion, the motion is the equivalent of perjury. The motion is set to me heard at our next appearance on July 11th. How do I counter act this misleading false motion? Can I hold my ex in contempt for lying in the motion?

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Unfortunately, my not attending the support hearing has

Hello again. Unfortunately, my not attending the support hearing has resulted in a new order being made for zero support being paid to me and father saying that he has both children 100% of the time, as well as that I have a new job. It's all lies and ridiculous. I will probably send you several questions over the next few days for help in trying to fix the situation. Obviously, I need to contact child support services to see what they can do, as a starting point. Until then, the question I have for you is if Father is able to change his child support for the period of 5/9/17 to our upcoming custody hearing on 7/17/17? Our current orders give Father custody of our son, who is living with his grandparents because of a no contact order against stepmom. The order in place is not a final custody ruling and the custody has remained the same 50/50 for our daughter. I can't believe the court changed the support order to zero based on dad's word alone. Does the fact that son has been with the grandparents make any difference in this matter?

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How does a mother with a dead beat baby daddy get full

how does a mother with a dead beat baby daddy get full custody of their child. He is not on the birth certificate, and refuses to get DNA tested.JA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: NCJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: to acquire medicaid, she had to file for child supportJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: the mom just want to raise the child without the interference of his family.

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My husband has had previous marriages. We had tried to help

Hi. my husband has had previous marriages. We had tried to help his oldest son who is now 26yrs old. we had flown him here from Hawaii to Nevada. He was very disrespectful. We own a business. We had given him a truck and a cell phone throughout the months there has been a fall out my husband had continued to pay for this for him. My husband told him this month that since he has a job now and doesn't want anything to do with us he will have to pay the insurance on the truck and cell billJA: When we are ready I'll take you to the appropriate web page.Customer: His son texted him today and said that if we don't continue to pay those bills for him he will take him to court for child support and talk to my husbands second wife on collecting child supportJA: When we are ready I'll take you to the appropriate web page.Customer: ok pls doJA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: we are in nevadaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: no nothingJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: yes

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You have helped me in the past and I think you are great! My

Hello, You have helped me in the past and I think you are great! My situation is that I am in a custody battle with my ex our hearing is set for 7/17. In the interim my ex filed an order to change our child support order claiming I had a new job making 3 times the amount of $. It's not true in fact my job is ending this week. My situation is that I somehow mixed up the court date/time and the support hearing is today at 8:30 AM. There is no way I can attend. Please advise how you think the hearing will proceed without me and what type of clean up I have to do after the fact, since I didn't attend. He has filed it through the CA Dept of Child Support Services. Should I file an ex Parte this week, or just call them? Please advise.

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I have received a Child Support Review Process notice, the

Hello, I have received a Child Support Review Process notice, the state is Texas. My question is would any increase be based only my current income? And if I do not agree, I should not sign anything?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: TexasJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Yes, but I left more confusedJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Can I be as the NCP be held in contempt for not using my summer visitation, but instead keeping the weekend visitation?

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Family Attorney, I got an order to mediate" The court finds

Hi Family Attorney, I got an order to mediate " The court finds that there is a dispute as to the issues in this matter and that the parties should attend mediation." The judge ordered this after the guardian ad litem requested that I stop collecting child support since my granddaughter is now staying with her father. I spoke up and said that the father is illegally keeping Mariah in Texas and that I want her back. Since his detention of my granddaughter is illegal he should have to honor the court order for child support. How can I win this mediation?

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I have a final order for possession that sets my child

I have a final order for possession that sets my child support obligations at 515/month plus ½ of uninsured medical expenses. I am taking early retirement and filing for Social Security, and my minor children will be entitled to a monthly benefit that far exceeds my current child support payment. Mom is to be the Representative Payee for the two children as they live with her.Should my support obligations in the Final Order be modified to reflect this new situation? Is this a standard legal procedure or will I have to file a motion and fight Mom in court as we have done for the last 6 years?

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My wife has filed for apportionment out of my military

my wife has filed for apportionment out of my military disability and she put me out of her house years before I started getting my disability now she wants part of my disability. how would I go about appealing that.

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