I just found all this out last night from my husband of one
I just found all this out last night from my husband of one year. We've been together for 5 years. 16 years ago he formed a relationship with a girl. She got pregnant. Said it wasn't his but another boyfriend she had. The other man signed the birth certificate and moved to Alaska. My husband stayed with her for 4 more years. He payed all bills including the child's medical. At this time she was going through the state to get child support from Alaska guy. His payments came sometimes, most the time not. When my husband left, he continued to pay her bills. He said he felt bad for her. When the boy was 13, she tells my husband he is the father. They take a Dna test through her sister who works in the health field in Arizona. Him and I get married in September of 2015. He quit paying her bills after we we'd. In May of 2016, she tells him the Dna test, they took two years ago says he's the father. He starts paying her bills again. But last month she had to go to court for being a negligent parent and told the judge the Alaska guy is the father. This all sounds really shady to me. She's getting child support from two men for the same child. I've told my husband to get a second opinion from his choice of Dna testing but he won't listen to me. Is her actions legal? Can I force a Dna test? If he's the father that's fine but she's conning one of these men. Thank you.
I am trying to fill out the forms for COAP and I was told by
I am trying to fill out the forms for COAP and I was told by the clerk from Los Angeles child support, since I owe child support rears to state of California as well as my former wife, I am not able to apply for it. She told me that I need to be clear with my former wife before I would apply for COAP. Is this correct?
I am currently going through legal with my ex wife. In late
Good Afternoon - I am currently going through legal with my ex wife. In late March I filed a retraining order on my ex wife because my daughter came home with a black and blue eye that her mother gave her. (Not to get into it too much but my daughter was coming home saying her mother hits her, says she's dumb, has dumb eyes and her freckles are ugly.) Her mother didn't take her to school for 20plus days throughout the school year. One time when she did take her to school she sent her in DIRTY DIRT BLACK clothing. May 16th we went to the court for the protective order hearing. The judge yelled at my ex a few times in the court to conduct herself in his room because this wasn't a laughing matter; however the judge lifted the protective order saying at that time he found it to be an isolated incident but if I wanted to modify and bring back the case I can. My ex wife and I had 50/50 custody. After this incident my ex agreed to modify the plan with only getting my daughter every other weekend. I sat my daughter down and told her his new arrangement. My daughter started shaking, crying and had such fear and anxiety. It was at that time that I decided I would not be doing right by my daughter if I sent her back to her mother. I decided that I wasn't going to send her back and file for full custody with supervised visitation. I called the school and got my daughters work for the last 2 weeks of school. Jumping forward. My ex filed an emergency ex parte pick up order and a motion of contempt. The judge denied her ex parte order. It just so happens she filed that 2 days before I was able to file the modification. I have filed the modification and now my ex has filed an addendum motion of contempt with the court. Today I received a standard letter in the mail from an attorney who assisted my ex on her addendum motion of contempt. In this she mentions that I haven't paid child support, wants to hold me in contempt and wants to have additional time sharing with my daughter for the time she's missed. My question is what happens now? What should I expect? Does my ex still have to answer my petition? Which comes first? (To add a note about child support. I was ordered to pay $125 a week; however my ex wife was ordered to pay 50% of all of my daughters expenses. My ex would demand cash and I told her I was not paying cash but that she needed to pick up the additional paper work and file through the state and I would be more than happy to do this. My ex every month would end up owing me after health insurance, school lunch & our daughters extra curricular actives - she has never paid a time to any of this. I even have proof of attempting to cerify her the medical bills that she would not sign for.) Thank you!
Can someone help me with questions about an on going Family
Can someone help me with questions about an on going Family court matter about child support and visitation with an ex-girlfriend. She's hired a lawyer and I can t afford one. I'm representing myself and it's possible that her and I might be able to propose an agreement on things about support and visitations however, when I submitted something to her she responded promptly and seems willing to work something out in order to stop anymore future legal fees she's incurring. But, I'm not including maybe all I can to benefit me from any future problems or matters I should be concerned about. If this proposal sticks I want to make sure I get everything I need in there especially if she's agreeing now.
Does Texas Family law permit order payments
does Texas Family law permit order for retroactive payments for extra money received in child support payments made from 2007 until 2015 when payor finally decided to seek a modification order. Now wants to sue the mother of their children for keeping these funds. Mom contacted Attorney General over these years to let them know oldest child had graduated and joined the military and to adjust the child support order to reflect only one child in the home. She was told since the payments were out of the dad's paycheck only he could request the modification. Now eight years later he remarries and decides to sue for the refund of these funds. $20,000.
My name is***** am currently in arrears of
My name is***** am currently in arrears of approximately $10,000 due to child support in two states. I am unemployed, but seeking employment through a state government website to stay compliant and to avoid incarceration by Arizona's child support division.I recently went through a nasty custody battle with my ex-wife. The both of us acquired attorneys and finally settled in court on terms that appeared to be in my favor at the time. Both parties agreed that I can have joint custody, lower child support payments, regular holiday visitation, ability to claim child credit on taxes, my child's address at all times, and regular phone conversations. All these conditions were agreed upon by both sides unless I agreed that my ex-wife and my daughter were allowed to move to Texas to live with her new boyfriend. I agreed to the terms unfortunately.Months later I received a letter from the Texas department of child support. The letter stated that I am in arrears and that I have to pay approximately $7,000 to be current and my child support payments are $350 a month; the exact amount my side faught to have lowered. Now I have to deal with paying child support for two states and the possibility of me being incarcerated in Arizona for being in arrears of approximately $2,500.My question to whomever decides to be my expert attorney in family law; do I have to make child support payments for two states and is it against the law?
I am a senior citizen, 70 years old and now live in Florida.
I am a senior citizen, 70 years old and now live in Florida. Without too much history and getting to the point, I want to know what my rights are concerning my back due child support (originally issued by Hudson County, NJ Courts).In 2009, I owed about $52,000.00 in back due child support when my ex-wife died. Prior to her death, monthly payments were being deducted from my social security check each month for the arrears. The checks were issued to my ex-wife in her name only. I assumed that, after her death, my four children would become the new "Obligee" (who are now all grown-up adults and in their 40's with children of their own). However, after my ex-wife's death, one of my four children apparently testified in court asking the judge to allow my ex's new husband, (the "stepfather" whom I never met) to continue receiving the monthly payments. I protested, but the judge allowed it. So the arrears payments were now going to him each month. When he died a few years later, I assumed that I would now be granted a release from the remaining arrears balance because none of my children seemed interested.Now get this. I received notification by Hudson County NJ Courts that the stepfather's BIOLOGICAL SON was now requesting that he become the new "Obligee" to the past due child support! I don't know who this guy is...he is not related to me and was never part of the original divorce proceedings (he wasn't even born at the time). He claims that his father's estate was left to him and that he believes the past due child support is his too. The judge, hearing his claim and not being sure, decided that a temporary "hold" on the arrears payments would be issued until a judgement was made after a new hearing in 90 days.In the meantime, the arrears payment per month is still being deducted from my SS check and placed in "escrow" pending decision. If this wasn't bad enough, because of the payments being placed on hold by the Probation Office, it looks like I am NOT making the payments and the OFFICE OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES-ENFORCEMENT UNIT has placed a "LEVY" on my bank accounts! I am a senior, living on a fixed income, with no significant savings, and in poor health. A "Levy" on my accounts would be devastating to me. I don't believe that this greedy "stranger" is entitled to any of the arrears and I need help here to prove it. Since when is past due child support passed around like an "inheritance" to a third or fourth party, not related to me or never part of the original divorce judgement?In the state of Florida, this would have all ended when my ex passed away. I need to know how to plead my case... Thank you, ***** *****
I pay alimony to my ex wife that is now living with another
I pay alimony to my ex wife that is now living with another gentleman but she still pays for an apartment that our adult son is living in. Is this cohabitation that is stated in the divorce papers that can nullify her receiving alimony?