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Posted about 3 years ago.

He didn't even discuss the custody portion.. he pretty much concentrated on the expedited child support and told her she needed to re serve me and then I had 30 days to file my response... I'm assuming since no custody was established that when we go back again he will establish it at that time he enters the judgement for the child support.. also does the child support start from the day the papers were stamped with the clerk or does it start the day he issues his judgement on it?

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Posted about 3 years ago.

He didn't even discuss the custody portion.. he pretty much concentrated on the expedited child support and told her she needed to re serve me and then I had 30 days to file my response... I'm assuming since no custody was established that when we go back again he will establish it at that time he enters the judgement for the child support.. also does the child support start from the day the papers were stamped with the clerk or does it start the day he issues his judgement on it?

Hillary Johns
Hillary Johns, Family Law Attorney - San Diego, CA
Posted about 3 years ago.

The date of filing the motion.

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Posted about 3 years ago.

do you think he is going to discuss the custody at the next hearing? we have never had anything in writting for custody and i have always paid on my own. short summary is: i have three kids with the other parent, 20,18 and 15 we never had custody or child support papers drawn up, i paid 700.00 a month to her until my son was arrested in april that is when i sent her 350.00 for just my younger daughter, and once all my kids turned 13 she really didnt enfroce them to come over i havent seen my daughter since the middle of 2011 and now she is seeking all custody she then filed the exped child suprt order. the judge vacated that because my son had turned 18 by the time we went to court, now she has to do it all over again but he never even got to the custody part of the papers before we left. question is at the next hearing once i am served again will custody be brought up?

Hillary Johns
Hillary Johns, Family Law Attorney - San Diego, CA
Posted about 3 years ago.

I don't know because I wasn't present in court, don't represent you, don't know the case history and so forth. I would really suggest that you have a lawyer review it. It sounds like there's a long case history here.

Mary Katherine Brown
Mary Katherine Brown, Family Law Attorney - Brooklyn, NY
Posted about 3 years ago.

It is always a good idea to give priority consideration to the information provided by your state's attorneys as they are most often the best source of up-to-date information on local law.