Probably not. By definition molestation means an act where the offending party receives some type of sexual satisfaction. I'm not sure you can say any act by a six year old results in sexual satisfaction, although I could not be sure without more information about the boy.
If there is a problem some sort of counseling with a professional should be sought.
If you've had the hearing, then you need to appeal. If the judge has just issued a temporary restraining order, and you are coming up to the hearing for a permanent restraining order, you should immediately consult with an attorney. There is plenty you can do to fight the false allegations in court.
Very good question, and the answer is it depends. I say that because I think there is a little mixing of issues in your question. The disso master uses the last rolling 12 months of gross income. The program will take into consideration you tax filing status, which you've been using, and the taxes you will probably be liable for. I should inform you that the disso master can be manipulated based on the information you input, or don't input. Depending on the amounts of money involved you...
The short answer is probably yes; especially since you have knowledge of this activity. That is my answer as an attorney.
My answer as a father of teenagers would probably be to seek some professional counseling to deal with this issue.
If he is living in Gary, and the events in Gary, you'd probably have to report it to the police authorities in Gary. You may also want to speak to a CIVIL attorney in Indiana, you may be able to sue him for these acts against you.
She can be arrested, charged with crimes; as could the father if he knows of the abuse and is permitting it to happen without taking any corrective or protective actions. Also the kids could sue the step mom in civil court for monetary damages.
I'm not really sure what you are asking. However, let me say this: If you want to make sure your order is enforceable, you want to make sure that everything in the order is correct, including the spelling of the defendant/respondent's name and physical description.
It may be useful for you to seek a free legal consultation with a lawyer. It sounds like this is a very important issue and you want to get things right.
Assuming that you are not a licensed foster home, the answer is yes. However, that is not to say it may not be in the children's best interest, or that you may not receive grief from a county social worker. But remember, there is no crime in being poor and not being able to provide a larger home.
There may be an alternative strategy to foster care. You may consider filing for legal guardianship in the Probate Department of the Los Angeles Superior Court. If you first gain temporary legal guardianship, you may avoid DCFS and foster care altogether.