My ex is wanted me to sign stipulation to get rid of his back child support can I reverse it
Did you actually sign the stipulation? Was the stipulation made an order of the court? If so, your options are very limited, the issues would appear to be resolved.
If the stipulation has not been signed or has not been accepted by the Court, you can simply not sign it or ask the Court not to accept it.See question
I'm speaking about around 650K and he actually never paid anything back of it during the time we were married. He said then he didn't have to. It was an early gift for what he would inherit from his mom in Hungary. Some he put in the mortgage. I ...
No, this money did not need to be reported on your ex's tax returns.
Gifts and loans (whichever it actually was) are not taxable income to the recipient. They are not reported on personal income tax returns. A large gift could trigger a tax liability for the giver and/or might affect the taxation of the mother's estate, although since she is in Hungary even these issues might not apply.
In any event, your ex's taxes are not your concern. You may have an argument to modify child support due to the availability of these funds and you may want to discuss that with an experienced family law attorney.See question
Had verbal contract to design a new Garage/Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) & haven’t been paid in full for creation of plans. Property is zoned Business, but Assessor lists it as Residential. Because of this, Site Plan required an administrative va...
The purpose of the lien statute is to protect your right to take the matter to court. There is not a provision that allows you to unilaterally extend your deadlines. You need to file the lien in a timely manner and you need to file a lawsuit in a timely manner of the lien will expire and have no effect after that point. It makes no difference that the expiration dates are not convenient for you.See question
I got out of jail at 9 PM and have court next morning at 9:30 AM. All public defenders where closed before 9 PM and I don't know what to do.
In most cases, you can appear and ask the judge for time to find a lawyer (or apply at the public defender's office). This will usually result in the hearing being postponed for a couple of weeks if this is your first request. The Court would like you to be represented by an attorney if possible - it tends to make everything go more smoothly.See question
My husband has decided to move out,so he moves out l charge the lock in my apartment,he comes running back n move his clothes back n went to the office got himself a key.
You need to file for divorce and ask the divorce court to enter orders regarding possession of the residence. Until this happens, your husband is still on the lease and is entitled to access.See question
I have a 3 month old baby, in which, the father has not been around since I was 3 months pregnant. I moved back to Aurora and he would not communicate with me at all. After the baby was born I applied for government assistance and qualified for ev...
You cannot drop the case. The government gave you money for your child. The State of Colorado is entitled to pursue child support since the government has been supporting the child. It's not just about you anymore. You don't have the right to take money from taxpayers and then let the father off the hook.
Incidentally, people threaten to go to court all the time. Not everyone actually follows through. If the father isn't in a position to actually care for the child, it's unclear what he would do with custody. It sounds like an empty threat.See question
We both has a job, but they are only garnishing my paycheck I have my own bills she is a single mom raising two sons. I need to know why they are garnishing my paycheck and not hers
You have now learned why you should never cosign on a loan that you are not willing to pay.
The reason the bank required a cosigner in the first place was that they did not believe your daughter would make her payments. Banks like to loan money (it's what they do) and if they believed that she was likely to make her payments, they would have happily loaned the money without a cosigner. Because she had no credit, or bad credit, or unstable income, the bank did not believe that she would repay the loan. That is why they required a cosigner.
By cosigning, you were betting that you knew better than the financial professionals and that your daughter would actually make the payments. You bet against the professionals. You were wrong and you lost the bet.
The bank is garnishing your paycheck because you were the person they always expected to pay the debt. That is what cosigning is all about.
Since you clearly had an agreement with your daughter that she would be making the car payments, you have the right to sue her and recoup the money that you are having to pay. However, you can't expect that the bank is going to do this for you. You need to take that action.
In case I was unclear at the beginning, never cosign on a debt that you are not willing to pay. The smart money is that you will end up with the debt.See question
I have two kids (3 and 6) My ex and I lived in CA for our whole lives. I was offered a great job in Rockford IL. We both agreed that I should take it. We divorced in IL two years ago, after a three+-year marriage. My ex-wife hated IL, and wanted m...
The best person to discuss this with is your lawyer. If you acted as your own lawyer and your wife had someone who actually knew what they were doing, that may explain the poor results you obtained. Don't make the same mistake again. Get a lawyer immediately and discuss your options.See question
I noticed I was not getting any recognition from an agency I played basketball for. I kept getting on them for answers and the more they ignore the situation the more I pounced and yelled at them via text or emails. On February 24th I gotten a no ...
No, you are not allowed to fight with people. If you are not welcome in the organization your recourse is to look for a more welcoming group of people to associate with who will give you the recognition you feel you deserve.See question
There is a difference of free speech to free misleading. These apps control and provoke people to cause misleading information or acts
You cannot sue for something that "people" were induced to do. You lack what is called "standing" to bring such a suit.
If YOU are the people and you were mislead and did something stupid as a result of something you were told that wasn't true then you might have a case. However, you will have to establish that the provider of the information breached a duty that they owed to you and that their negligence exceeds your fault for whatever you were incited to do.See question