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Ryan Michael Reppucci

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  • $7000 owed in Child Support and Father out of state.

    The father of my daughter lives in Iowa and i live in NC he has not made any payment in over a year with the exception of a small payment taken out of his tax return. I keep trying to get help from the child support enforcement agency but i can ne...

    Ryan’s Answer

    Register the order in Iowa where father lives. After it has been properly registered file for enforcement in Iowa because Iowa will have personal jurisdiction over father to enforce the terms of the current order.

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  • I am divorced and my ex-wife is wanting to move out of state. I pay child support and have joint custody. Can she do this?

    Can my ex-wife move to another state with my kids when we have joint custody and I pay her child support

    Ryan’s Answer

    Check with an attorney in your state for further clarification, but usually the parent seeking to move must receive written permission from the other parent prior to moving or request such permission from the court.

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  • Who do I talk to about the child support order?

    My boyfriend pays child support but they want his son on his insurance and we can't afford that with what little money I make and we have a son on the way right now. His other kid has state insurance and they are letting him keep it even if we do.

    Ryan’s Answer

    You should speak with a lawyer in your state about the possibility of filing for modification of the current support order.

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  • Can the mother of a child leave the state without a parenting plane

    can the mother of her child move to another state

    Ryan’s Answer

    I feel your question is a bit incomplete. However, assuming that presently there are no orders in place regarding custody in addition to the lack of parenting plan, then both mother and father are free to take the child with them. However, if a current custody order is in place, then generally, the custodial parent, prior to moving will need to obtain permission from the court before moving. Check with a local attorney though for further clarification.

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  • My daughters mom claims to not work and I was recently ordered to pay a lot of child support

    I know she works, and a lot. how do I go about getting her pay information so I can get my required support reduced. I am newly married with a baby on the way and want to take care of my daughter but her lying about her income has me paying almost...

    Ryan’s Answer

    You could file a petition to modify the current support amount and subpoena Mothers employment / tax records to demonstrate to the court that her imputed income amount should be higher than the present figure being used by the court. Check with a local attorney though prior to moving forward.

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  • I am 16 having a baby and the father is 19, what would happen iff he was on the birth cirtificate

    would he go to jail

    Ryan’s Answer

    He still can request genetic testing to ensure that he is the father. If he is, then he can be ordered to pay support. Same being true if he voluntarily acknowledges the birth certificate. For further information check with an attorney in your jurisdiction.

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  • I am going to be going on Unemployment. Do I still have to pay support?

    My ex husband is disabled and collecting disability and now SS for our son. What recourse do I have?

    Ryan’s Answer

    Yes. However, meet with a local attorney regarding possible modification of the current support obligation.

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  • How do you get a parent to pay there percent of medical bills?

    How do you get a parent to pay there 30% of medical bills the court stated they had to in a divorce? My ex wife refused to pay her portion my daughter's braces so I paid it so she could get them taken off, but is there a process I can go through ...

    Ryan’s Answer

    Check with a local attorney first, but you should be able to file for some type of enforcement / contempt for his failure to comply with the terms of the divorce decree.

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  • I have a hard time getting the child . support payments my ex-husband was ordered to pay. I cant afford an attorney.

    What recourse is available to me to collect this child support?

    Ryan’s Answer

    Assuming the father is in your UT and the order is also from UT, contact your child support agency and inquire into filing for enforcement of the current order.

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  • My child is graduating high school this year and is thinking about going to a community collage.

    do you still have to pay child support if she goes to collage she will be 19 years old in april

    Ryan’s Answer

    I am not sure how it works in Ohio, but in my jurisdiction, once a child turns 18, unless they are still in "high school" or have a permanent disability requiring ongoing care, the support obligation ends. However, check with a local attorney to see if your State is different.

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