You are still obligated on the order. In terms of correcting the order, you can simply notify SCU of the discrepancy or file a petition & get the Magistrate to amend the order. In any event, should you have further questions, I encourage you to contact a Bronx Co. Family Law attorney.
It is possible to make a post-appeal motion in the Supreme Court for counsel fees based on the appeal. Of course, the court will look not only at who the prevailing party was, but also the disparity of resources between the two of you. For a full assessment, schedule a consultation with a NYC Divorce attorney.
If that's his sole piece of evidence, the Judge would wish to hear from you as to the context. It's basically a credibility call on the part of the Judge to determine whether it was a "real threat" or whether you were just blowing off steam. Thus, I highly advise you to consult with a NYC Domestic Violence lawyer.
You do not necessarily need him to sign off on anything, but if he doesn't, then you do need to personally serve him. One caveat - "proof" of adulerty must be non-hearsay proof of the actual sexual act, not merely a romantic relationship with another person outside the marriage. Since that is often a difficult thing to prove, and if you're looking at a "simple" process, you are probably better off filing it as a no-fault divorce. In any event, if you wish additional information, my...
Are both sides consenting to the change? if yes, you can execute an amended agreement & then submit an amended judgment. If not, then the husband will need to file an order to show cause explaining the error. Schedule a consultation with an Orange/Westchester Divorce attorney for a full assessment.
You would pay a percentage, which is 17% for 1 child, 25% for two, etc. Refer to this website t get the approximate amount: http://www.nyc.gov/html/hra/html/services/child_support_calculator.shtml. Bear in mind that if you're not working, it's not as simple as the Judge calculating support based on your unemployment, You have the obligation to prove you lost your job through no fault of your own & that you're making a "diligent search" to find new work (usually done by keeping a "job search...
He is obligated to serve you with the summons & petition. In between times, you always have the option of going to court and verifying any new filing with the clerk's office. For a full assessment, schedule a consultation with a Westchester Child Support attorney.
Paychecks in themselves are not "property." The money derived from the paychecks, to the degree they're deposited into an account, become an asset in that way. It's the assets themselves which need to be addressed in the pre-nup.
The short answer is that military law in inapplicable in this instance. That said, the biological father must be found to have "legally abandoned" the child, meaning lack of substantial contact in the 6 months preceding the filing of the petition. It appears you would have a good case. For a full assessment, schedule a consultation with a NYC Family Law attorney.