I am 10,000 in arrears from when it built up when I was a full time college student (not working) over 10 years ago. I was too young and dumb to know anything about child support court back then. I have been paying my support religiously ever sinc...
After so many years, there is no mechanism to challenge the arrears but you may be able to reach an agreement for some lesser amount with the custodial parent.See question
The child support order states that the parties are to split medical expenses pro-rata. She is claiming that orthodontic work is cosmetic and she will not be responsible for any of the bills. Is this accurate?
If the orthodontia is medically necessary and the cost is reasonable, then it would likely be part of the parties' pro rata obligation on medical expenses.See question
My ex and I went to court 2 years ago and decided on visitation and child support 2 separate court dates. I now got a new job and can't get my kids one of those days I usually get them. I gave her a month notice and now she wants me to sign a form...
Technically, you can change your visitation arrangement without the assistance of lawyers but it is not wise to do so. I do not know what form your ex-wife is referring to and you should have it reviewed by an attorney prior to executing it.See question
do the eight hour drive due to the stress and non payment of pendite lite (judge has not ruled on any motions). Can I get a change of venue?
You can bring a motion for a change of venue. If you are unable to travel, the court will seriously consider your application.See question
I was married for 12 years and separated for 14 years. (I thought) I got a divorce 3 years ago and my husband was served in a Florida jail for another crime. I just found out my ex husband was married when he married me. Can I press charges and ha...
Contact the District Attorney's office but I highly doubt that they will prosecute.See question
If someone challenges you to a fight but you refused and then calls you a coward (or uses harsher words) in front of others if you are not, is this considered slander? Is this grounds for legal action?
You cannot sue for those comments. It is the speaker's opinion and it is very unlikely that you suffered any damages.See question
I was married in the US to an Italian citzen. We haven't spoken in almost 3 years. Last I know he was living in Italy with his parents ( I do know their address). We have no children, shared assets and I am not seeking spousal support. What steps ...
Assuming you meet the NYS residency requirements, you can file for divorce in New York. Your husband's absence from the state will not prevent you from obtaining the divorce. Contact a NY attorney to discuss the process.See question
I'm pro se on this case and the other side was told by the judge that they needed to serve me an amended petition. I got it in the mail the other day. Is that considered proper service?
Once issue has been joined, service of an amended pleading by mail is sufficient.See question