Is it 23 years of age or until they finish college ?
The outer limit is usually imposed only when the child is still living with the custodial parent, enrolled in a course of undergraduate education, and not economically independent, but each support stipulation may vary,See question
I am divorced from my husband. We have been seperated and divorced sinse 1998, and I am not re married.
You should bring the Petition as soon as possible, as the longer the delay in the enforcement of the support order, the more difficult it would be to prove that the payment was missed. If he never paid spousal maintenance, then do this immediately.See question
I am on Long Island, NY. My soon to be ex makes about $165,000. He and his lawyer claim that the courts cap the child support calculations based on a maximum of $136,000 so I wouldn't get anything above that amount unless extenuating circumstance...
WAIT, WAIT, WAIT....
If your husband makes that amount, why do you not have a lawyer?
I do not see mention of your lawyer.
Do not sign a thing or even consider doing anything OTHER than consult with a local Divorce attorney.
You may be signing away assets and income without you even knowing it.
Divorce Asked in New York, NY - less than a minuteI want to fill for my divorce, I am a permanent resident, I got my green card through the marriage 5 years ago. I am pretty sure my husband is going to agree without a problem. We don't have any...
The attorney fees may vary, but at minimum the court costs will be $335.00. This is for the purchase of the index number (210), filing of the Note of Issue and RJI (125).
If you do not required a separation agreement, then you may only incur attorney fees of 1000 to 3000 dollars.See question
I am a stay at home mom with a 16 year old and a 20 year old special needs child. How do I get started? I have no money of my own.
You can call the Suffolk County Bar Association at 631-234-5511 for a recommendation on a local attorney who practices Matrimonial Law.
If you retain an attorney, they may file a motion with the court wherein your husband is required to pay your attorney's fees and/or make payments for your support during the proceeding. This would depend on a number of factors, including the length of the marriage, respective incomes, etc..See question
We both have shares in the house, my husband has threatened to sell his share of the house we live in. There are tenants living in the house as well and we use that rent to pay mortgage. Could he sell his share? And if so, what would become of me ...
If you start an action for divorce, there is an automatic stay on any significant transfer of assets, including your home, as it is a marital asset.See question
Protection against me with lies!no proof!he told them I was calling him with blocked?!number and treating him!he divorced me before I got permanent green card,and I applied by myself!he makes complaints immigration to our marriage didn't start wit...
If you don't show up, a warrant for your arrest could be issued.See question
States " College expenses shall be defined as all reasonable and necessary costs associated w/ a 2 or 4 year college education. program not to exceed the costs of a State University of New York college education including but not limited to tuitio...
Your obligation is for your share of the costs that would be incurred at a SUNY school. You would pay the private school costs up to the 'SUNY cap'. If you would pay $15,000.00 if you child went to a SUNY school, you would pay $15,000 toward the cost of the private school, even if your true share of costs would be more.See question
The subpeona was sighned bty a judge in Southampton,New York.I have not heard back from him since.What do I do next?
This would depend upon the person that you sent it to.
I would recommend getting another Judicial Subpoena for that person, but this time require them to appear at the court for a deposition. If they do not comply, the judge could find them in contempt and fine them.See question
Is it possible to amend a judgement after entry? If so how, a motion? is there a section in the CPLR? it's a civil defamation case. The issue is that the person has transferred the defamation to a new website to avoid the judgement.
Your question is somewhat confusing.
If there was a judgment for monetary damages against a person for defamation, then the transfer of the statement to another website would not mean anything. The judgment would still remain.
If the judgment contained an Order to remove the statement AND cease from making the statement again, then you can move for Contempt of the Order through a motion.See question