My unborn child's father does not want custody and does not
My unborn child's father does not want custody and does not want to pay child support. He stated and written multiple times he wants nothing to do with our baby. His defense is that I "tricked" him into getting pregnant. Is this actually a legal defense?
My ex and I have joint legal custody and I am the
My ex and I have joint legal custody and I am the non-custodial parent. One of our children turned 19 and we are walking through the process of taking them off the support that I pay. My ex is saying that a "Subsequent Child Multiplier Credit" should be applied to their column on the support calculation worksheet b/c they married someone who has a child from a previous marriage.My question is when should the "Subsequent Child Multiplier Credit" come into play and is it valid in this situation? Please make sure your answer applies to the state of Indiana.
I was married on Feb 15, 2013 in NJ. In 2013 we gave birth
I was married on Feb 15, 2013 in NJ. In 2013 we gave birth to a son (Andrew, 4-18-13) who is now 3 1/2. We moved to Hilton Head Island, SC in July of 2013 and have lived here since. I am looking to file for divorce for irreconcilliable differences. I am curious about what the divorce laws are in South Carolina for a marriage of this length with a child.
A fiend of mine wants a divorce from her husband. They have
A fiend of mine wants a divorce from her husband. They have a baby boy and she wants to permanently relocate out of the country. She hopes her husband will agree since their marriage doesn't work and he is not a "role model" for their child. How fast she can get divorced with the consent of her husband in the state of NY.. How child support is determind if he doesn't have any income.What happens if he doesn't agree to give her a divorce and disagree with the child living overseas? She can easily prove he is not fit to be a father, support them and etc. in addition he has a gambling addiction.Thank you
I just found out that my daughter's father is in jail on
Hi. I just found out that my daughter's father is in jail on drug possession and a probation violation. I am the non custodial parent, and the relatives have kept this hidden from me until this point. What can I do to get my daughter back with me?JA: Family law varies by state. What state are you in?Customer: TexasJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: My daughter is with her aunt right now and they don't know that I know he is in jail. I just want to know the best way to approach this as the non custodial parent
My we are the Pattersons. and Arlene. We have a question
Hello My we are the Pattersons. Jim and Arlene. We have a question regarding Grand Parents Rights in Indiana. To give a lil summary of what is going on. We have researched the law and would like some afvice. Three years ago my husbands daughter got divorced from her husband at the time our grand child was 3 she is not six ( This is not my daughter she is a step child) Carole lost custody of the child because of circumstance where she was unable to care for the child and was living with an abuser. So our son in law got custody, since then carole has not spoke with us. We speak to John the ex husband and has great relation ship with him. We were recently planning a Disney trip with the child and John but he was threatened by Carole with legal action against him is he lets the child travel ( we live in TX) I reached out to Carole and asked maybe the child can come see us during the summer then. Carole stated that " we are nothing to her and will be to the child and again was threaten legal action against us if we try to contact the child again There is a lot more to this story but would want to find out what is our next move as a grand parent she lives in Indiana and we live in TX
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My husband's divorce decree says he is to provide support
My husband's divorce decree says he is to provide support for his minor children and maintain medical and hospitalization insurance for the benefit of the minor children. Two of my three step children are no longer minors (ages 19 and 27) However, our youngest son is 17 and will be 18 on December 3. We are in the state of Illinois. After his 18th birthday on December 3, he is still legally liable to continue with child support and maintaining medical and hospitalization insurance OR is he still legally liable until he graduates from high school in May 2017?