I have three kids: Mom A with Child 1, Mom B with Child 2 and 3. I am pursuing placement change with Mom B. It's been a very tedious experience. I submitted a motion to modify CS because my available income had changed back in August. It was ...
I would in this case. I would give the court notice and ask to change the job rather than just doing so.
Why ? Because the court may likely consider it a VOLUNTARY ACT. What that means is that they will continue to hold you responsible for the higher of the two(2) paychecks. So, unless you can justify it by reduction of expense (i.e. the difference of cost to transport), the child support amounts will not change.
You can do this by filing a Modification to child support in advance in each of these cases. Then you will know where you stand before it actually occurs and you are still on the hook for the full amount.See question
I have been separated since 2005 and divorced since 2007. He has since remarried. He constantly looks me up on ccap and keeps track on matters that don't pertain to him that are about me. It feels like he is cyber stalking me because I have kids w...
I'm going to stick to your question and not expand on it (as previous counsel wants to do). By the way where he is going with his questions can only help you figure out the real charge or issue.
Is there a cyber stalking law in Wisconsin. NO. these things are public information, and anyone can look them up and use them for their own purposes, except to harass, or intimidate, or cause the person to be embarrassed or the like.
Let me give you an example. Several years ago, many people signed a petition to Recall our Governor. Since then those very people have had their names published on the internet very much against their will. If it is legal for the governor (or his people) to do such a thing, then watching for public information that has to do with you will not be illegal. BUT again, what they do with that information may be illegal.See question
He wants half of our tax return back and I'm getting it all because he owes back child support. He said if I give him half of it back, he'll sign to the children's placement schedule. If I agree to this via text message, will it hold up in court...
Child support is not the parent's to negotiate. So, I expect that CSA or the judge will not go along with it. You would have to say it is in the best interest of the child, and that seems like a stretch.
But in writing does include texting if both parties agree that was said.See question
My son's father believes that because he pays child support, he can claim my son every year on his taxes. Would this be correct? Our custody is split 72/28 with me having our son 72 percent of the time.
My first concern is the use of the word CUSTODY. CUSTODY in Wisconsin means decision making. The term you meant to use is PLACEMENT. So, I am not really sure your action occurred in Wisconsin. If it did, then you have to go back to your court order, marital settlement agreement, and/or Finding, and Judgment for Divorce/Paternity. It will say in there who gets the deduction. If it does not then this becomes an IRS issue and you should be asking this in the TAX section of AVVO.
A TAX ATTY will best know how to proceed.
My guess is that the ORDER says every other year. But you need to find the order to verify.
If you do not have a copy you can go back to the court that issued the order and ask the clerk of courts to allow you access to your file. They will let you read it, and will provide you copies of whatever pages you need at $1.25/page.
The father of my child signed a parenting plan in 2012 that stated I had full custody and placement of our first child then we found out two months after having our first that I was having his child again so then in 2013 we signed a new parenting ...
Do you have to fill out a Motion - NO.
You have to give 60 days letter NOTICE to the court and the father.
If he objects then you would have to file the Motion.
House fair market analysis stated $150-169,000. Ex husband brought tax document only and I forgot my proof of the value of the home so I got zero. All I wanted was $3,000 which is 1/2 the principal paid on the house until I moved out. I have do...
If the divorce hs finalized then it is harder. You would need to petition the court to reopen the divorce. If you had your chance to prove your case, then that is not likely to occur.
If you did discovery and the ex did not provide the answers ordered by the court, or in some way committed a fraud on the court then it will be easier to reopen the case.
You should problably contact a local attorney and see if they can shed some light on your situation, and help you head in the right direction.
When I received the itemized bill it showed numerous contact with other party and their family members whereas he only had contact with me once.
The GAL has been hired by the court to determine the best interest of the child. So, it is ok for the GAL to have a bias at the end of the process. It is not as acceptable to have a bias at the beginning of the process.
Part of the reason the GAL seems to have a bias to you is that they have spent as much time with the other party as they have. But you had the same oppertunity to contact the GAL. During that contact you have to sell that you are the best parent for the child. Providing the GAL good references, and contact numbers for teachers, and other parents that have had direct knowledge of how you raise your child. Armed with this the GAL can make a good decision. But if you don't spend the time selling yourself, then the end result will be less than you will be happy with.
just found out my child support was raised without me even being served for court I pay his insurance and he lived with me 2 and half years up till 01/28/14 she left town and she was still receiving illegal benefits form the state while outta stat...
I suggest you do a internet search for "WI DCF150", this is the standard and calculation for child support.
But basically if you have equal time and you make more than she does the calculation will have you pay support.
Divorce happened in 09, it was stated that parents are to share expenses for the child. Medical bills are now being brought to attention, bills are dated 01-03 (childs birth and a few years of follow up care) Parents were married during these ...
There are a few points that should be made.
1) agreed that because these debts do not seem to have been included in the divorce decree. So, mother will not be able to force dad to pay, mostly because it would be a matter for the family court, and simply that is the way this works.
2) Wisconsin has law called the Family Act. It allows creditors the right to go after ANYONE that was living in the household when the debt was created. This is because it is in the best interest of the family to have these bills covered. Hospitals know this law inside and out. They are REALLY good at applying it. So, whether or not the husband was listed on the debt, this can be corrected by the creditor simply by changing the name on the documents.See question
Do I have to get the marriage voided or is it automatically. I live in Wisconsin. He didnt know he wasnt divorced, he was young and stupid LOL. After getting over alot after him lying he was ever married and being still married. He lied on the...
This is a "it depends" answer...
The Wisconsin State Registrar is the group to ask this question to. You can find them by looking up Wisconsin Vital Records Office (608) 266-1373. Ask them how they would want you to proceed. I would expect that they will send you back to the County Clerk (who gives out marriage licenses). It shouldn't be different in each county, but I bet it is. These folks do kind of make this up as they go along. They will first call the Registrar themselves, then when they do not get an answer they will do something that makes sense to them. That is how small offices work unfortunately.
As long as you tell everybody what is going on then you cannot be accused of wrong doing.
You will need a new license and that is all that matters for now.
Best of luck.See question