I read that to have an increase requested by custodial parent that there are certain rules. I know one is if your income increases by 15% or more. What are the other rules?
She can go back to court to get an increase if (1) she has a substantial change in circumstances; (2) three years have pasted since the date of the last order; or (3) there has been a 15% change in income for either party.See question
Wife had children,gave up children to father,now seeking child support for when father had children , from 1983 .
The ability to get child support is retroactive to the date the initial request is made. If the Wife had a child support order in place, then gave up the children to the father, without terminating the child support order, then she can attempt to get child support that she would have received under any child support order that was in place at the time she had the children. So unless there was an existing order, she cannot get child support dating back to 1983.See question
My son lived with someone else. Not me. When I came home from prison. I was told that I owe child support. I owe today. $33,250. I am 51 years old . I've never made this much money in.my life. and it will take my entire life to pay this of...
A court will not vacate child support arrears without consent from the other party. Unfortunately, you are stuck with the arrears.See question
I got a response from a different question that lead me to this question...i asked if when I go to court for my kid from a previous relationship,will they consider a new baby? Most responses were no but one stated that if it leads the new child to...
A new child will not be considered when determining child support for a child from a prior relationship.See question
From the very start of filing for divorce, the plaintiff has been working and making around $100 a day at least 3 days a week for the past 7 months but indicated zero wages to the Court. The fact was discovered during Disc&Inspection. As a result...
Yes, the judge can terminate spousal support if the right facts are submitted to the judge. However, typically, the recourse for a bad temporary order is a speedy trial.See question
broke and she does not need it she only has gas and electric and taxes her new house is paid for and its just her i have the kid
Are you getting child support for the kid? Terminating or modifying spousal support depends on how and why it was awarded. Are you divorced? Was the issue of spousal support agreed to or was it ordered after a hearing? More information is needed.See question
deed was suppose to be filed to remove her name from the deed but was never performed. I, my sons father, wishes to buy the house but we can't locate the ex-wife. Can we just use the divorce papers to remove her name from the deed?
No, you can't remove her name from the deed unless the ex-wife signs the deed and other transfer papers. The divorce documents merely outline the agreement between the parties and what their respective obligations to eachother will be. You have to attempt to locate the former spouse. Alternatively, you may be able to make an application to the court asking that a sheriff's deed be signed. Speak to an attorney.See question
I paid child support my youngest turned 21 and now I now longer have to pay so she now decides to take me to court for maintenance. And we will now be getting a divorce. Will I have to pay when she never wanted it before and now she does all of ...
If you do not have a separation agreement that addresses maintenance, then depending on your financial status and hers, she may receive. More information is needed to respond further.See question
If someone has a guardian ad litem and he/she reviews a probation stipulation in housing court for them and the client doesn't agree with the terms of the stip, can the client tell the judge they want to get a lawyer to review it or is the guardia...
A GAL must think about the clients wishes before making a recommendation to the judge, but they may also make the decision that the client's position is not in their best interest and can therefore, make a recommendation that the client may not agree with and then its up to the judge to decide. They are appointed by the judge to help the client make decisions that are in their best interests.See question
Ex and I were both NYS residents. She moved several years ago out of state. Ex is now seeking back payment of child support. Action commenced in federal court. All prior court intervention in state court.
No, it is not. How much is the amount in controversy?See question