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Can sue child support if I have had to make 2 over payments and been arrested for a purge that wasn't owed: I pay child support to my mother who has custody of my 3 older kids. The court order for mine and my mother's case is in Washington State. When I moved to Florida anything that's has to do with my child support case in washington goes threw Orlando court house.
I paid my past due child support in Feb 2020 amount of 1574.00 in April 2020 I paid another payment in the amount of 1864.00 for past due support I didn't owe. On June 21 2020 I received my over payment back from Washington but that same day I was arrested for a child support purge of 1000.00 from 2017 that was owed to Washington State child support. But I didnt owe that. As of July 2020 I only owe 130.98.

Asked 4 days ago in Lawsuits & Disputes

Manuel’s answer: Our answers here will not help you solve this. Hire an attorney to do so.

Answered 1 day ago.


WHAT RECOURSE DOES PLAINTIFF HAVE IF DEFENDANT REFUSES TO ANSWER INTERROGATORIES?: DEFENDANT ANSWERS WITH "OBJECTION; OVERBROAD, VAGUE, IMMATERIAL, IRRELEVANT AND NOT CALCULATED TO LEAD TO THE DISCOVERY OF ADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE". CAN DEFENDANT DETERMINE WHAT IS, OR IS NOT, RELEVANT AND REFUSE TO ANSWER? CAN PLAINTIFF STATE THEY ARE SATISFIED WITH DISCOVERY AND MOVE FOR SUMMARY JUDGEMENT?

Asked 1 day ago in Lawsuits & Disputes

Manuel’s answer: Your captioned question has been well answered above. To answer your textual questions, yes, but you can object; and yes, you can so move. Good luck.

Answered 1 day ago.


What options do I have if we agreed in mediation to terms, but not signed, and now he's backing out?and wants to go to trial? ?: So we did 2 mediations and came to terms regarding custody and divorce. We even went back and forth out of mediation tweaking the terms. His lawyer and my lawyer are waiting on him to sign the paperwork but I think he's going to try and back out to blindside me with trial instead. So, will the court look at that when evaluating at trial (look at the fact he agreed then withdrew). Also, since it'll be more litigation can I have him pay my fees since I thought we were finished? I have character statements showing neglect and poor parenting on his part- will that be weighted with the judge? I do have a lawyer, I'm looking at other opinions and cannot get my lawyer right now. Trying to plan. My ex likes to keep people off balance. He is sending unusually nice messages and that's out if character- how do I prove he's ted Bundy in sheep's clothing?

Asked 1 day ago in Mediation

Manuel’s answer: Wow! Where do I begin, First, if you and your lawyer let him leave without signing the agreement, that was your mistake. The court will not look at anything that was not signed; the rest is confidential and you and your lawyer are prohibited from bringing in details to the litigation. Nothing signed, nothing agreed to. And why do you think he owes you fees? Nope. As to what you can prove about him that is obvious: what ever proof you can legally present. Let you lawyer handle it and don't ask strangers for help behind his/her back.

Answered 1 day ago.