Clearwater Family Law Attorney.
Answered about 2 years ago.
The trustee is entitled to be paid but can waive payment.
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Answered over 2 years ago.
gross minus taxes and health insurance that he actually pays
Answered 3 months ago.
Yes you are correct the hearing officer is not a mediator.
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Answered 11 months ago.
You need to get a court order that orders the injury attorney to pay the back child support.
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Answered 5 months ago.
You should have a post nuptial agreement prepared plus you need to have an estate plan that is in sync with the post nup to achieve what you want.
Answered 10 months ago.
The judge you are before wants you to bring your proposed findings of fact and conslusions in the case to the hearing.
track down who was supposed to prepare the paperwork, either the lawyer or the court, check the clerk maybe it was entered and you did not get a copy
The have to disclose to you the exact nature of their business with you
Under this fact pattern you get to claim the child unless the court order says otherwise.
the 401 is half yours so you should file a motion preventing him from doing that