Though to me it seems complicated, maybe to a trained professional it won't be. 2009 I had filed for an injunction with child support being requested. I received the injunction but he came unprepared the Judge allowed him time, he never provided the information. In 2010 went to DOR again filed for child support asking for the order to be retroactive. I have kept in touch with DOR constantly and had been told he had not been served. Finally had a hearing last week he did not show up the judge reset the hearing for June informing me the defendant had a hearing in July for failure to provide (?) that I should attend. I have an idea of his income and provided that to DOR. Certainly he will fudge his income will his delays be beneficial to me at the hearing? What will they ask at the hearing?
Domestic Violence Lawyer
You are entitled to retroactive support from the Date the Petition was Filed, and the 24 months preceding it. DOR is well equipped to handle the situation.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
Usually. His delays might be good for you. They will ask what his income has been.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq., 386-337-8239
Divorce / Separation Lawyer
Yes the delay should be helpful and you may have a claim to retroactive support. Please feel free to contact my Orlando office during regular business hours at 407-354-5223. I offer a free consultation and would be happy to speak to you about your case.
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