You may want to list the support order with SSD They might be able to provide some money to pay for the current order and possibly some of the arrearages. also file again for modification and bring a copy of your Disability determination to the hearing. That should stop the child support arrearages from growing
That language is standard language in any divorce filing, giving you notice that you need to file whatever claims you want to make for the division of marital property. Do yourself a favor and spend some moneyu to have an attorney look over the paperwork that you were served
One would have to look at the property separation agreement to see if the ownership of the property is discussed. Then one would have to look at the deed to see how the property is deeded.
Depending upon how the property is deeded, Your husband may be able to leave the property or at least his share of it to you. Seek counsel to review the above to see exactly where you stand.
Based on your facts you would probably not be successful in a suit against your employer for giving out what you consider personal information. Your behavioral issues are not covered under the confidential records provisions governing a persons personnel file. short of showing actual damage from his loose lips it really looks like you do not have a case worth pursuing
1st, How long has your daughter's Father not had contact or attempted to have contact? 2nd, Is he paying support or been legally acknowledged as your daughter's father?( note if he has been ordered to pay support he has been legally acknowledged as the child's Father.) Depending on the answer to these questions will depend on how hard it will be for your fiance to adopt your daughter, because you will first need to terminate his parental rights, either by his consent, or by court order.
You may want to pursue limiting his parental rights given his mental health. The $212/mo. looks like about the minimum the DRO would charge for a support order. Termination of Parental rights is difficult to accomplish and never to avoid child support unless there is a new parent willing to step in.
M 001 means Misdemeanor, first count, usually with a DUI in this state they will try to get a DUI under several different counts for the same act. Also in Pennsylvania she need not necessarily be driving the car at the time she was stopped for the DUI, but rather be shown that she was " in control of the car" meaning that the fact that the car was running when the officer started to investigate your daughter may be enough along with the alcohol to convict your daughter of DUI.
Contact the Camp Hill Police Department if you have any evidence of your son being physically abused. Call Childline the next time you see the result of physical abuse( Number in the phone book) and get pictures of same immediately, also have your son contact his school counselor about his father's behavior toward him.