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3 time I have ask the child support agency to stop collection from my army pay cause my civilian job can cover 100% of what I'm supposed to pay. I even got them the fax number where they got to submit the stop of garnishing to the army. Going now ...
If the Department of Revenue has served an IWOS on two employers simultaneously and both employers are remitting money, you can file a motion in your child support case to have an order entered prohibiting DOR from doing so.
Also, if you are military and meet the financial requirements, there may be pro bono (free) assistance available through the American Bar Association.See question
My wife and I split about 8 years ago, we are amicable, and we split custody of our kids 50/50. She has a great job, and so do I. I also pay for their health insurance, which comes out to around $350 per month. Why do I have to still pay child sup...
There are a number of factors that determine the child support to be paid under Florida Statutes, including the amount of your "defined" net income and your wife's "defined" net income (meaning only certain deductions from gross income are permitted in determining net income).
In your scenario, if your net income is much greater than your wife's, it is possible that even with 50/50 timesharing and you being financially responsible for health insurance, that child support would still have to be paid.
You should consult with an experienced family law attorney to determine whether the amount of child support that you are paying is appropriate and, if not, the steps that should be taken the change the child support.See question
The last judgement was that I transport the kids to their dad when he lived in the same state about 5 hours away. He moved out of state 8 months ago and is threatening me that the judgement says I am responsible for transporting the kids. First...
When the father moved from a location 5 hours away in Florida to Michigan, that likely will be found to be a substantial change in circumstances, such that, if either of you filed a Supplemental Petition to Modify, the responsibility for transporting would likely change.
The answer to your question is dependent on the specific language of the relevant court order in your case. You should seek an appointment with an experienced family law attorney in your area to review the specific language of your order.See question
My lawyer submitted a qadro order to court For judge to sign. I need to know what happens next. So i looked up the case number to check the status. And it reads: Docket #8, date 5/19/17, docket entry: qualified Domestic Relations Does it ...
Based upon the information that you posted, it appears to be a signed Order. Your attorney should be able to answer the question specifically for you.See question
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Generally, a QDRO is used to transfer an interest in an ERISA qualified plan in order to effectuate a property division. Occasionally, it is used as a means of collecting back child support or alimony.
Without seeing your divorce papers, it is not possible to provide a definitive answer, however, the great likelihood is that the marriage does not affect the right to have the interest in the tax deferred plan transferred to her.
For a definitive answer, seek a consultation with an experienced family law attorney in your area, being sure to bring a copy of your Final Judgment with you.See question
I see that I a case had been entered and i will possibly be served. What is this all about? My ex pays child support we were never married , I got an injunction granted in January or February 2017, and he still has a pending felony case from those...
With the serious issues that you raise in your question, your next step is most certainly to meet with an experienced family law attorney in your area, being sure to bring with you a copy of the injunction that was entered and being prepared to detail what has occurred.
This forum will not be able to provide the detailed responses that will truly be of assistance to you.See question
I bought my house outright through a trust that was left to me by grandmother. A few years later I quit-claimed it to my husband in order to complete a refinance for repairs. He had the better credit for a better rate. Fast forward 3 years, the hu...
I agree with my colleagues.
You need to retain the services of an experience real property attorney, so that an appropriate lawsuit can be filed against the appropriate parties. If there is criminal fraud involved, it may be necessary to involve law enforcement.See question
My mother passed 13 years ago, I was the executor of her estate. My brother passed 6 years ago. I discovered a life insurance policy on him, purchased by my mother and her being named benificiary. I now have a check payable to his estate. I didn't...
I agree with my colleague. You will need to open an estate, but you should be able to have a Summary Administration, which is less expensive and much quicker, since your brother passed 6 years ago.See question
What is a probate attorney's procedure for locating assets? Is there a standard protocol that must be followed?
I agree with my colleague. The extent to which there is a search for assets often depends on the apparent familiarity of the Personal Representative with the decedent's financial affairs.
In addition to the suggestions of my colleague, I would add that I always check the public records in the county of residence of the decedent and the surrounding counties, as well as the State of Florida unclaimed property website.See question
A long time ago my ex and I split and he got another woman pregnant. We had two children before the split. He has been paying me without the courts being involved. Recently, she moved to New York and filed for child support. She was awarded $400+...
Unfortunately, in determining child support, if there is an existing order, the amount of the court ordered child support will be deducted from the gross income in determining the net income available to pay the "second to file" child(ren).
Therefore, you would receive less because there is an existing child support order.
Contact the Department of Revenue and file for child support before there is yet another woman filing against your "ex" for child support.See question