I have a default judgment and i have to fill out wage
I have a default judgment and i have to fill out wage information within 45 days...so due 10/31. I am filing a head of house hold exemption because I don't get child support and have a daughters. I am filing today. Should I still send the affidavit on 10/31 if I don't have a hearing date?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Florida I'm divorced nowJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: In regards ***** *****? I'm being sued for a past credit card balance. A large portion, almost 80% was from my Ex husband. So that's why I received the judgementJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No thank you :)
My wages are being garnished I am paid 2 times a month I am
My wages are being garnishedI am paid 2 times a monthI am paid $3125 2 times a month for a total of $6,250my taxes are $734.84 a pay period or $1469.68 monthwhich leaves me with $2,390.6 a pay period or $4,781.20 a monthHow much can they withhold? (each period each month)Currently my child support is $1,548 (which is an old order when I used to make more then double what I currently earn)
Please clarify this !!! IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND
Please clarify this for me!!!IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED that each party shall be obligated to sign documentation which allows the other party to claim the tax dependency exemptions, head of household, and/or earned income credit as provided above including, but not limited to, IRS Form 8332
Can I claim my child's custodial parent who does not work and
Can I claim my child's custodial parent who does not work and does not file Federal Income tax as my dependent. I help her financially all year and she receives child support for two of our kids. We are not married. I am separated and stay occasionally with them for more than 6 months a year. I file seperately and Head of Household.
I have a question about the DissoMaster calculation for
Hi. I have a question about the DissoMaster calculation for CS/SS. We have 3 kids. Because I make a significantly more amount of money than she does, she is a teacher, she is required to contribute to a pension, etc., we agreed that I would always claim 2 kids and her 1. A CPA ran the numbers and said just her claiming 1 kid, she is still paying minimal taxes. If she claimed 2 kids, her tax savings wouldn't really be that significant. However, with me claiming 2 kids vs 1 kid, it is a HUGE tax difference.What is weird is, the Disso's Guideline calculation of # ***** exemptions I should put on my W4 is way off. If I followed that, I would end up $20k short in taxes each year. And she would end up getting a $5k refund. But, then there is the "Proposed, Tactic 9". When plugging in the # ***** exceptions it shows, it pretty much evens things out.For permanent CS, do judges allow the Tactic 9 calculation? The calculation is more realistic, considering, if we went by "Guideline" I would be paying more CS and $20k in more taxes each year. The "Guideline" calculation seems to artificially increase my monthly take home by a significant amount.
My husband and I divorced last year. In the divorce
My husband and I divorced last year. In the divorce agreement I let him claim my daughter as his dependant even though she lived with me all year. My question concerns head of household on taxes. My ex husband paid the mortgage and utilities on our home from Jan thru May while we were separated but he did not live with us. I paid for the food. I rented my own place after we sold our home and paid the rent, utilities and food from June thru December. I know with divorce I can claim head of household even though he takes the child credit and claims her as a dependant. I meet all the requirements for head of household but he is saying he does too. Does the rent and utilities he paid on our home count for him if he did not live in the house with our child. If he can what would be the deciding factor on who is head of household on taxes?
Not sure if this is a tax question or a family law question,
Not sure if this is a tax question or a family law question, but here goes....I have been divorced for 5 years now. I have a 19 year old daughter who is in college. she lived with me in 2014 but then moved in with her dad last year because I needed to find another home after the sale of the family home in early 2015.Although she is living with him, I have been paying most of her large expenses such as tuition, car and insurance. She works and pays for most of her personal expenses. He has provided a roof and that is probably it.Last year for my 2014 tax returns, I filed as head of household and I claimed her as my dependent.I am now filing my 2015 tax returns and know that I cannot file as head of household but was planning on claiming her as my dependent but I have since discovered that he filed first and has claimed her as HIS dependent.is this right? what can I co about this?Thanks
If I file a child support request - am I able to specify
If I file a child support request - am I able to specify that I only want child support for half of my child's school tuition? Or will the Child Support request evaluate all expenses for my child? This is in Contra Costa County in the Bay Area, CA. The child I am asking support for is my teenager who is now 16 years old. Her father has not paid support for years. I would like help with only her tuition expenses at school. Please advise.