There are a few options. The most typical are the following:
1. Have the court admonish her and threaten her with sanctions or loss of time with the child
2. Get specific orders for drop offs and pick ups that limit communication opportunities
3. Have the court order parenting classes
In the end, it is very difficult to manage her and she will continue to do these things. You need to make sure you focus on your positive time with the child and build the relationship strong enough to...
If there was an order in place that required him to pay you support and he did not pay the support, he now owes you the balance plus interest. There are exceptions to the rule but they are rarely employed. Get the help of an attorney or The Dept of Child Support Services to help you soon.
I doubt she will get any Spousal Support from you, but it is likely that she will get a large amount of child support if you are not getting a lot of time with your child(ren).
Usually spousal support last half the length of a short marriage like yours. So in a 3 year marriage she might get support for 18 months. You have already been separate almost that length of time and this is a big reason I doubt she can get support from you. On top of that, you are out of work and your wife does...
1. Do it on your own with help from the facilitators at the court or
2. hire a lawyer to handle it for you.
The court filing fee is currently $435 and additional costs will depend on your lawyer and how the wife responds to the action. Lawyers in San Diego typically charge $200 to $400 per hour depending on experience and will usually require a significant t deposit up front called a retainer.
If the mother will cooperate, that will help keep the costs down. If she wants to fight for...
You need the court order to specify who claims which child(ren)
(and when if it alternates years)
You also need an IRS form 8332 that you can print online. This form has to be filled out every year.
As long as only one of you claims the child/ren than all will be fine. But if you claim a child after the other parent already did, than you will likely be audited by the IRS.
It sounds like you have grounds to call the police and press charges for assault on a minor and damage to your home. You could also attempt to get a Restraining Order and kick him out of the house without criminal charges.
That being said, I don't see how you can kick the child out without ruining your marriage, but anything is possible.
You are asking me to guess at what the Judge will do. I am happy to do that, but you should contact and attorney to help you with this ASAP.
My guess is that the Judge will enforce the current supervised visitation order until the other parent has prove he is not a threat and can provide safe care for the kids. Judges want both parents involved when it is good for the kids. However, no Judge wants to put a child in harms way especially when the parent is not showing initiative to call or...
There are very few ways to "get out of" child support arrears. Bankruptcy is not one of them.
You do have some other issues re: modification that might help you. Those will be dealt with in Family Court. Having 50%` of the time does not reduce child support to zero. It might, but there is nothing automatic about having 50%. Also, you need the Order to state that you have 50% of the time to get the benefit of a new child support calculation.
However, there is some case law that will...
You have to modify your court order to recognize the new facts. If you do not get a new Order you are violating the order every month you do not follow its terms in regards to visitation and support. It does not matter that the two of you have reached some oral agreement. Please call a local attorney today and get started on modifying your Order.
Generally speaking student loans must be paid by the person who benefited from the education. Furthermore, any debt he took on before the marriage would be his obligation.
You will be able to get Child Support from him and spousal support for a certain amount of time. Usually the spousal support only lasts about 6 months for a 1 year marriage, but you can always ask for more.