I agree with my colleagues above. If you believe that your ex has filed a frivolous or fraudulent TRO then it is highly important for your to retain counsel to defendant your rights as an entrance of a final RO has significant repercussions.
I agree with my colleague. The wrong birth date may be an error that can be corrected. If a temporary restraining order has been issued is very important that you seek the assistance of counsel as the possible entrance of a final restraining order has some serious repercussion. Seek the assistance of legal counsel to protect your rights.
If you are planning on filing an application with the court "pro se", representing yourself, you can refer to http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/ and review pro se forms that are available from the self-help resource center online. The motion to be filed with the court depends on the relief that your are seeking such increase in child support, enforcement of an order or agreement in place, etc. It depends on what type of motion you plan on filing in regards to the particular child support issues...
I agree with both Mr. Perez and Mr. D'Alessandro. A forensic accountant, often times a CPA, can assist you in investigating in the financial whereabouts of marital assets that may have been withheld and not fully disclosed by your former spouse during your divorce proceedings. As Mr. D'Alessandro has stated hiring a forensic accountant can be costly should you choose to pursue that route.
During the pendency of your divorce matter, parties to a divorce will have the opportunity to discuss, negotiate, and potentially come to terms in an agreement in hopes to resolve any one of many disputes that may arise. The property settlement agreement establishes the rights and responsibilities of both parties to a divorce. The property settlement agreement can and often times will address specific terms regarding equitable division of assets and debts, spousal support or alimony, child...
In New Jersey parent are obligated to contribute to the support of their children. The amount of the support obligation can be determined by New Jersey Child Support Guidelines and taking into consideration several other facts and circumstances.
I agree with my colleague above. In order to increase a support order you would need to make an application with the Court requesting an upward modification of support based on a showing of changed circumstances. The changed circumstances being the increased need of support, the ability to pay such as your ex's purported increased income, etc. It is important you seek the services of an attorney.
I agree with my colleagues above. It really all depends on each circumstance whether your ex is sending letters, emails, or texts to your directly, whether your ex has an attorney that is writing your letters, etc. The severity of the letter usually determines your action. I would consult with an attorney.