I feel that the judge made some mistakes in court yesterday. The child support was calculated incorrectly, the time I've had my children the past three years was calculated incorrectly which in turn made my arrears a lot more. The judge also inclu...
From what you have written, the judge does possess the power to order has he/she did. However, if you are not happy with the decision you can of course file a motion to reconsider pursuant to Rule 45, Arizona Rules of Famiy Law Procedure. However, you must keep in mind that filing of the motion to reconsider will not extend the time for appeal. I would suggest that you contact an experienced family law attorney to discuss the details further and/or assist you in drafting the reconsideration motion,See question
My daughter is living with me now and my ex is wanting me to still pay her the child support. I need to know if i can modify the court order so she does not threating me to have to pay even though our daughter is living with me. Thank you for your...
Under specific limited circumstances yes. However, generally Arizona could only retain jurisdiction to enforce the Oregon child support order against you. Please contact me direct to discuss whether your situation qualifies for modification in Arizona under limited circumstance.See question
Can you suggest any pro bono or para legals in WA.?
Generally once the order is registered in Arizona, Arizona courts will have jurisdiction to enforce the order from another state if the party against whom enforcement is sought lives in Arizona. There are only few circumstances in which Arizona would actually have jurisdiction to actually modify an order issued in another state. One such exception being if both parties and the child subject to the order no longer reside in the issuing jurisdiction. Please contact me to discuss the matter further if needed.See question
am i notified
If you hired a process server, contact the server. If this was a state initiated action, contact the state child support agency and provide your information. Being that you are in Maricopa county, you can also go to the Superior Court website and search your case history, which is a bit delayed, but will reflect the date of service and filing of the same.See question
The process server told the court i was served 12/9 affidavit of service was filed with the court on 12/11 but I wasnt served until 12/25. The process server lied about when and where I was served is this illegal? I was told by the court to file ...
File a complaint against the server.See question
My boyfriend pays child support but they had a court date without tell us and the mom. She will not let us have his son for more then a few hours but we want to start having him for a weekend, every other holiday, and stuff like that.
Contact an attorney in your State to determine whether a custody order was already entered. If so, then you may be able to Petition the court seeking modification of the order or even to have that order set aside if for instance you can demonstrate that you were never actually provided notice of the hearing wherein custody was established. Best advice, check with a local family law attorney.See question
my child turns 19 in about 3 weeks
Termination of support in Alabama is at age 19 or when the child graduates from high school. However, Alabama courts may require parents to provide post-minority support for child's college education. Ala. Code 30-3-1. It is advised that you double check with an Alabama attorney prior to relying on this information.See question
I have been living in state of MA for 6 years now and recently got married in India under Hindu marriage act on October of 2010. My wife is with me on H4 visa and I am on H1 visa. Now I want to file for divorce in MA because I dont want to go to i...
General answer is yes, if you or your spouse meet the residency requirement in the state where the matter will be filed. For more specific information on this requirement, contact an attorney in the state where the action will be commenced.See question
At court and on the minute orders the judge stated that he had additional orders to add. The additional order was: EACH PARENT SHALL PAY ONE-HALF OF ANY REASONABLE MEDICAL, DENTAL, ORTHODONTIC, OPTOMETRIC, OR OTHER HEALTH CARE EXPENSE INCURRED ON ...
The two statements are one in the same. The first being that if the child had no medical coverage each of you would be one half responsible and the latter stating that even if child is insured, you each will split equally one half of any amount(s) not covered through the insurance.See question
The problem is I have a one year old daughter and I want to take her with me. neither of us has filed for custody of her yet. how do I do this?
If there is no custody order in place, then generally either parent can travel and relocate with the child. However, it is a sound idea to meet with an attorney in your state to clarify prior to your move.See question