I get a final divorce judgement two month ago ,he still refuse to sign the agreement ,?

Asked over 2 years ago - Paterson, NJ

he get social benefits and ssi, but recently i get a proof that he works. can i ask for child support now after i get the final divorce judgement? can i talk to the social services about that?

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  1. Yolanda Navarrete

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    Answered . Yes, you can file a post-judgment motion. Social Security will not speak to you about his case.

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  2. Kenneth A White

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    Answered . Any time you can establish a significant, permanent change of circumstances since the time the last Order was entered you can seek a review and modification of a support award. If your ex is working now and he had not been working at the time the court previously set child support you can seek a review and modification now based on that change of circumstances.

    Kenneth A. White, Esq.
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  3. Brian S Wayson

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    Answered . If he is getting Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, you also may ask the court require him to apply for and provide to the custodial parent potential auxiliary benefits for the children - these auxiliary benefits would be based on his receipt of SSD benefits.

    As suggested you should consult with a family law attorney about these matters - find one here on Avvo, ask your local or state bar association for referral or contact your local Legal Aid Services organization.

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