Father has arrear of more than $16000 and has a monthly of $800 and wants to pay his arrrears only, forget child support and in exchange give up all his rights. Just like nothing happened that kids existed.
Please consider opening a case with the Dept. of Child Support Services, if you have not already done so. They can collect your support, and will not charge you. Here's a link to their website: https://www.sccgov.org/sites/dcss/Services-We-Provide/Pages/Open-a-Case.aspxSee question
I divorced my ex wife in 2011 in Chicago, IL. We have 2 children (8 and 13). We have a JPA but my ex wife is the custodial parent. The divorce was done quickly, economically and with a family arbitrator. At the time, I agreed to all the condit...
Your case is an Illinois case. It sounds complicated and detail oriented. You need to consult with an experienced Family Law attorney in Chicago. You can search here on Avvo.See question
My husband covers his son from a previous marriage on his medical insurance. For the past several months his son's mother has had him on an Rx that is covered by insurance but for cosmetic reasons. With the new year, we now have a deductible to ...
The part of the judgment that says, "each party shall equally share any such expenses not covered by insurance" is specifically referring to the deductible (or co-pays, where relevant). So she owes your husband $700 - half of the $1,400.
He should consider getting a new order specifying that the parties will not get non-emergency, non-routine health care/prescriptions absent a written agreement, or that if one does, then they will cover the entire (uninsured) expense. This may already be in their judgment, but it is not a universal term, just something that I've learned to do from instances such as this.See question
Husband retired during first divorce filing, convinced me to stop divorce, retire from my job early and move out of California. He promptly continued his emotional/verbal abuse once settled into our new State of Washington. He forced me to lea...
File for divorce ASAP and get him served with papers, and he'll be obliged to maintain your health care coverage by the ATROs (Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders). That's if you file in California, that is.
If you were not in Washington long enough to meet Washington state's jurisdictional requirements, then you could file in California. If you were in Washington a while, though, you'd need to consult with an attorney in Washington.See question
Husband convinced me to reconcile and stop the pending divorce, but failed to disclose his $200,000 purchases with ex wife. My name is not on loans. He moved us out of State to Washington where he inflicted his usual domestic violence, forced me o...
You can always refile your Petition. You can put any Date of Separation that you believe is appropriate.
If you believe that you were fraudulently induced to withdraw your petition, you can refile it with the original date of separation.
It sounds like you could use some experienced help in dealing with this guy. Please consider retaining counsel.
By the way, if you have not lived in Washington for the statutorily required period, Washington may not have jurisdiction over your divorce. Were you to return to California (assuming that you haven't already), then California would (under the facts you've described) properly have jurisdiction.See question
My husband divorced his wife 2 years. He married me 6 months ago. He apparently has not let go of his second wife. Recently I sent her and his 31 y/o son (from his first marriage) an apology. There were no threats, intimidation, ultimatum or anyth...
You'd best not ever communicate with them. There's no payoff or closure for and only danger. Even if your actions don't rise to the level of needing a restraining order, you don't need the hassle.See question
One of family member took my birth certificat and she woun't give it back. where to I complain and what is her ponishment. I know it is in her souse and she wount give it.
Let it go. They're being annoying, but you can ignore them.
If you need another copy of your birth certificate, this link will help you: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/certlic/birthdeathmar/Pages/default.aspxSee question
My ex-husband has threatened to use a default custody arrangement if I did not give consent for him to claim my child (i am custodial parent) on his taxes. We already had a default agreement/arrangement for the physical custody of our child but he...
Child custody is determined (to the extent that parents cannot agree) by the child's best interest - not by tax considerations.
Will he get in trouble? It is not clear what you mean by that. I doubt that the IRS would care about his custody threats.
As for what tax exemptions are appropriate, you should look to your support orders. The support printout should show who is claiming the child - they would get 2 exemptions, versus 1 for the other parent. If the support calculation sheet shows you claiming the child, then this means that the support takes this into account, and if he were to want to change this, then he'd end up paying more support. (Because he'd have more after-tax income available for support.)
Don't let him bully you. Consult with an experienced Family Law attorney and learn your rights.See question
I run a small company that is looking for potential equity partners. Before engaging these new business development avenues, I want to be able to certify that my divorce and all related marital issues are resolved. Timeline: Physical separa...
You say that you are single, that the court found that there was no community property to divide, and that you both waived spousal support. Thus, the ONLY issues that would remain in the court's jurisdiction would be child custody and child support.
Based upon this description, I can't imagine how your case could possibly interfere with your business interests. Sure, child support might rear its ugly head at some point, but that's already the case.
Query: Has anyone put together a Judgment on Reserved Issues, that would spell out that all property has been divided, spousal support has been mutually waived, and custody is with you? If not, you might want to get that done, just in order to have a single, unitary document for closure purposes.See question
Due to a cps case, my mom was granted guardianship, and I see my kids's daily as well as give my mom money out of every paycheck. I divorsed my older son's dad in 2011, and he was in custody, begining a 7 year prison sentence. We went to court for...
The dad can and should pay child support to whomever has custody of his child. Your mom could contact the Dept. of Child Support Services: https://www.sccgov.org/sites/dcss/Services-We-Provide/Pages/Open-a-Case.aspxSee question