My son father is receiving SSI (not ssd) and I was told that child support can't enforce him to pay because he gets ssi. But I don't understand how they allow him to not take care of his responsibilities because of his "disability" he goes clubbin...
Because SSI is granted based upon a means test showing need and requiring a disability, it is not considered to be remuneration from employment. As a result, it is exempt from garnishment and withholding in accordance with federal law. You should probably consult with an attorney who specializes in SSI claims if you truly believe that your child's father may have obtained SSI payments fraudulently. There may be something that can be done from that perspective. As it stands, however, it appears that there is nothing that can be done so long as this is the only income he receives. I would confirm with the attorney you consult that the income the father receives is SSI, because that makes a significant difference in whether you can ultimately obtain some child support. Good luck to you.See question
Also can all grandchildren spend everyday in our pool all summer long.
You need to consult with an attorney that specializes in HOA law and to have your documents with you when you do so.See question
We have split timesharing and my ex is traveling for several weeks which will mean he won't have his timesharing cause he will be away. I have requested numerous times the dates so I know to make necessary arrangements but he will not comply, and...
Your Final Judgment would govern how to handle this issue. In general, settlements (if you had one that was ratified by your Final Judgment) would require an itinerary prior to travel by a parent that interferes with time sharing or takes the children out of the jurisdiction. If you are having an ongoing problem with the father's compliance, you should take your Final Judgment to an attorney to discuss the compliance issues. Most firms, such as ours, will provide a free initial consultation. Sometimes these issues are easily handled with correspondence from counsel and sometimes they require enforcement motions filed with the court. Good luck to you.See question
Have order in place fir time sharing of child, wife seeking full custody
It is unclear what you are asking when you refer to "responsibilities." For example, are you referring to time sharing, to decision making, or perhaps even child support? You need to specify what you are concerned about in order to obtain an answer to your question.See question
Cps took my grand children my son is deceased do I have rights to see his children
You asking about being able to see the children, but I do not know whether you are actually looking for custody or even to adopt. There are statutes governing all of these procedures and even expedited procedures for grandparent adoption. You should consult with an attorney to see what is best for your circumstances. Many firms, such as ours, will provide a free initial consultation.See question
I aquirated with the government to release my friend from jail & after they got want they wanted . They arrested me & sentence me for five years. I'm a businessman today & my daughter wants to get married in Florida & my mother in law is 83 years...
You need to consult with an immigration attorney.See question
Notice of lack
Again, if you just received such an order, you need to consult with a lawyer as soon as possible.See question
that lack of notice was sent to me.
There are times that these notices are sent by the court erroneously, even when a case was already closed. Without seeing the notice and reviewing your docket, it is impossible to tell you what is going on.See question
i received child support for all my other kids but this one. can someone explain. why i was ordered to pay child support for a child that i have fuul time and what can i do
There is a difference between a Notice of Lack of Prosecution and an Order requiring you to pay child support, so your question is a bit confusing. A Notice of Lack of Prosecution is something the court uses to notify parties of failure to progress the case to a conclusion. It usually threatens to dismiss the case if the parties do not show good cause why it should not be dismissed for failure to move the case along. An order to pay child support would be a completely separate document that would ordinarily be entered after a trial or a default following proper service. If you received either of these documents, you should consult counsel immediately. Most law firms, such as ours, will provide you with a free initial consultation.See question
FROM ME: Tuesday while you work I would like to pick up son from school like he wants me to do, exercising our shared parental rights and I am letting you know and 24 hrs in advance, and bring to you when you leave work so I don't interfere with y...
An attorney would need to see the specific Final Judgment of Dissolution/Marital Settlement Agreement in order to determine what each person's time sharing is with the child and whether there is what is called a "right of first refusal" to care for the child when the parent who is supposed to be time sharing is unavailable to care for the child. I assume you are referring to removing the child from aftercare rather than school itself, but you are not clear about that, and assuming that to be the case, the information I mentioned is relevant. Notwithstanding that, the father's behavior may well be an overreaction under the circumstances, and you should consult with counsel about your rights before he files for a modification or enforcement of some sort. Most family law firms, such as ours, offer free consultations. Good luck to you.See question