you can garnish his bank account if he doesn't pay. i don't know what you mean by s.s. bank account. normally, the social security check would go into his bank account. then you would garnish his bank account.
if your court order specifically allows you to intercept his social security check, in the event of non-payment, a provision i have not seen before, then call DCS and tell them to do it.
the most common collection enforcement mechanism is wage withholding. DCS will garnish his...
the following must be on file before you leave:
response (or joinder)
findings of fact and conclusions of law
order of child support
order of paternity (assuming you were not married. if you were married, you will need a decree of dissolution)
in addition, i think you and your ex will have to cooperate to get a passport for the child and i think you will need a letter from him authorizing you to take the child out of the country to show to immigration officials.
this is a fairly complicated question. you really to need to sort it out with an attorney. if you bring all documents related to the case to an attorney for an office visit, you could probably sort out the jurisdictional issues on the spot.
the first question is which court has jurisdiction. the court that entered the parenting plan will have continuing exclusive jurisdiction over the children until jurisdiction is changed. the factors a court will consider in determining whether to...
your brother should request a conference board from the division of child support. this is an administrative process that is free. the end result should be a payment plan for his back support and, if the facts warrant it, a new transfer payment based on his current income.
if the parenting plan says the receiving parnt shall provide transportation, then he would pay one way and you would pay the other. in other words, you need to modify the parenting plan (that provision you referred to should not be in the decree)
however, sometimes the order of child support will have a provision regarding payment of extraordinary transportation costs. if that is the case, you need to follow it.
my guess is that the order of child support is silent on extraordinary...
if you die tomorrow, the child's father would be next in line to assume custody of the child. however, your husband could file a 3rd party custody petition and try to get custody that way.
the safest thing to do would be for your husband to adopt the child now. to do that, you file and serve the petition and then have a trial on termination of the father's rights. if the trial is successful, you then move ahead with the adoption, which is basically hiring a social worker to write a post-...
if you are in Marysville, you are probably a Tulalip. in my experience, tulalip has one of the better justice systems around and so it might be worth pursuing a claim.
most tribes, i don't know for certain about tulalip, prohibit dual enrollment.
therefore, you need to formally disenroll from the Canadian Tribe and then ensure that your membership in Tulalip is intact. once that happens, you should begin receiving your per capita payments. i doubt there is a provision for obtaining...
usually the order to show cause expires after 14 days. all it does is require the other side to show up and defend themselves. obviously, if the order has expired, it is no longer operative and you can't hold the other party in contempt.
however, if you have an order tTO show cause, you may also have the resulting order ON show cause. if the order found contempt and set conditions for purging the contempt, and those conditions include no corporal punishment, then you may have a valid...
if you have a valid court order that gives you custody or residential time with the child, and the father is in violation of that order, you have 2 legal options: contempt of habeas corpus.
contempt is easier, but you won't get law enforcement to go look for the child. follow these steps:
1. prepare motion / decl for order to show cause re: contempt.
2. prepare proposed order on show cause re: contempt (this will set out return hearing
3. call your ex and tell him you will be going to...