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I have been to mediation six time in a 3 month span because she wants more money. The last time we went to mediation she wanted an extra $30. the time before that $20. Is there any way I can get this to stop.
I don't know what type of mediation you are talking about for child support, as there is no court ordered mediation for anything except custody and visitation. You don't have to mediate - just force her to try to file something. DCSS will normally not file if the change is less than $100 per month. If she has her own attorney, make her spend the money on that so that there is no payoff for her.See question
My ex wife filed 2 ex partes' with the OC courts claiming dangerous to my daughter, drug addict, etc. etc. I offered to take a test that day to prove I don't do drugs... her declaration was ..... get this "82" pages long... not sure OJ's was t...
The way you stop her is to hire an attorney, and then when she files something, you file your own RFO requesting sanctions, attorney fees and a reduction of her visitation time.See question
I don't know if you are actually talking about legal custody or physical custody. Custody of children involves both of these. Legal custody has more to do with decision-making rights, whereas physical custody has to do more wiith the physical aspects of custody. To be clear, joint physical custody does not mean an automatic 50/50 timeshare. With an infant, your timeshare would largely depend on what your contact with the baby has been thus far. Even if you have little contact, you can request step-up orders that will get you to an equal timeshare. Be aware that the courts main priority is the comfort of the baby, so be patient.See question
Haven't paid child support or attorney fees due to no work Opposing attorney filed contempt charges against me. Ex wife coming to testify but I thought I would be able to go and say not guilty and get new court date
Contempt charges are criminal charges. You have a right to an attorney, and it is not over in one hearing. She will be required to prove that you had the ability to pay but didn't. If you were not working and had no ability to pay otherwise, she loses her case. You simply owe arrears. You need to file a modification of the support order immediately to avoid incurring any further arrears and/or having contempt motions filed against you.See question
I owe a little over 30k in back child support and it does show up on my credit. I have applied for a passport and it has been denied. They give me 90 days to resolve what I owe but I cant pay this amount. I am paying child support currently but ...
I agree with Ms. Rutledge. You cannot go back and change the amounts owed during any past period. When you lose employment, you need to immediately file to modify the support. I know this does not help you now, but hopefully this information gets to the parents before they find themselves in your predicament. Your only options are as already suggested by Ms. Rutledge.See question
I Pay child support to my Daughters mom every month based on an agreed upon amount we came up with when we split up, we have this in writing, but it is not through the court. She never filed for child support and we only have a custody agreement. ...
I am unsure whether you have a custody agreement through the courts or not. An agreement not issued by court order is not enforceable, so be careful. Assuming you have no court orders, if you create issues about support, she may create issues about your custody and visitation. Having said that, she cannot go back prior to the date of filing something. It is a common misperception that people have that somehow you can be nailed with support without any type of notice. Keeping records is good in case she did get an order without your knowledge, which happens only rarely, but be clear that barring her already having an order, she cannot go back for arrears beyond the date she filed a motion. It may be a good idea to meet with a lawyer to discuss your case and determine if you are paying more than the guideline before you create an issue at this point, as it could result in a problem with your informal agreement regarding custody and visitation.See question
I am filing a Request for Child Support Modification in the Commonwealth Avenue court (DCSS is now handling the child support even though my court case is open in Pomona). I understand the new amount is retroactive from when I file. However, I d...
You would have to ask DCSS how soon the IWO will be sent to your employer. Depending on how long and how much you have overpaid, they normally reduce the amount you pay for a few months until you are paid back.See question
My son turned 18 prior to starting his senior year of high school, so he was 18 the entire school year. I am trying to find out if child support is paid just until the date of graduation or for the entire month of June?
Normally an order has one monthly amount that can be divided into two payments as an accommodation to the payor (usually the 1st and 15th). It does not mean that the order is now broken down into 2 monthly payments and the amount can be cut off prior to the other half being owed. You should receive the total amount due for June.See question
What can I file when the other party is NOT reimbursing me for 1/2 of his portion for our sons Medical expenses as the court ordered that my son's father pay for 1/2 the cost of all unpaid Medical expenses for our son. My son's father refuses to d...
You can file a motion for reimbursement, which you may need help from an attorney to ensure it is successful. If there are recurring monthly charges of the same amount, you can also ask the court to award that amount as additional child support so that it is taken out in a wage assignment monthly instead of necessitating the repeated filing of a motion.See question
I'm 62 Married 38 years. My husband is doing illegal testosterone and anabolic drug injections. He's having an affair with a 24 year old he is 64 years old, and wants a divorce. I'm struggling with anxiety, can I use a quick claim deed to transfer...
That could possibly be viewed as a violation of the fiduciary duty spouses owe to each other. Even is the title is in your name only, if it was paid for by any money from the marriage, it is community property. Title does not control whether a property is community property or separate propertySee question