He lives with me now
If you can't get the other side to sign a stipulation and order to process with the court, you will need to file a motion with the court to modify the percentage of time you have the child with you and to modify how much child support you pay.See question
I have a 7 year old daughter. I pick her up from her moms on Saturday and keep her till Tuesday. Her mom will pick her up from school on Tuesday and keep her until Saturday when I pick her up. It has become quite the habit of her mom asking me to ...
I don't know about Georgia but in California you can do it two ways. You need to have a parenting order in place to determine percentages of time the child is with each parent before child support can be addressed. But, you can file for custody/parenting and child support in the same motion or Request For Order. I recommend that approach.
4 weeks ago my ex wife picked my children up from my visitation time with me, since that time she will not let me speak to them or see them. She occasionally will reply to me via text stating they don't want to see me or talk to me, which I don't...
You need to file a motion with the court to get specific parenting time orders. I suggest you contact an experienced family law attorney in your area for some assistance. Otherwise, you will never have control over the situation.See question
he remarried an woman 2-1/2 months after I filed the annulment! Isn't this bigamy?
If he us married to two people at the same time, it is bigamy. Question is: did you or he ever complete the annulment action?See question
My child's father and I were never married, we have a standard child support order done through the OAG. I am listed as the custodial parent and he the non custodial parent. He pays his child support as ordered, unfortunately even though he has vi...
I'm not sure about Texas. In California if there has been a finding of paternity and an order for joint legal custody is in place, then the father has automatic custody rights. So: in your case I think it depends on whether he has joint "legal" custody. If he does not, he might have to file papers with the court to get legal custody in the event of your death. Seems silly but I've had to take a client through it in California. Check with a Texas family law attorney to be sure.See question
i want to live with my girl friend i have a job opportunity there and schooling is free and yes i have a place to live
Once you attain the age of majority, you are free to do whatever you desire---regardless of the wisdom of any such conduct.
Good luck with life
I have supervised visitation with my son. I have been through all the programs to better myself and there is no reason for me not to have my unsupervised visits. I have to be my own attorney of course I can not provide for one. My case is in Polk ...
You need to file a motion to modify your current parenting schedule with the court. You need to file in the county where your child is a resident which sounds like Polk County, Oregon.
When you file your motion, be sure to report all of the things you have done to change the supervised to unsupervised parenting time.
My sister in law is collecting 620.00 a month, she says she doesn't have to pay taxes. And we say she does. I was told if you earned 500.00 or more a month regardless of where it came from you have to claim it. So does she have to pay or not?
Spousal support is taxable as income to the receiving spouse and deductible to the paying spouse. Check with an accountant but, yes, she does have to report the in come and pay tax on it.See question
It's outside the SOL (of two years?) for enforcement by contempt so I was wondering what legal remedy I had to enforce payment from my ex. My ex has a lot of assets, both real and personal. Would it do any good to file a post judgment RFO? If so, ...
If you have a judgment that states you are to be paid a certain amount, if you can prove the ability to pay and a willful refusal to do so, you can file an order to show cause for contempt. If the other party is found in contempt of court, a fine will be imposed and there can be jail time as well. At the least file a RFO to get some explanation as to why payment has not happened. If you have a judgment as outlined above, there is no statute of limitations for enforcement other than a ten year one.
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My ex seems to enjoy playing games with my custodial time. She is constantly signing our child up for activities during my custodial time and then when I point it out she essentially tells to take a hike and that as the custodial parent she can do...
It sounds like the two of you are not able to compromise and mom may be doing things without considering your parenting time. If you have not been to family court services for mediation in at least six months, file a Request For Order to try to get a modification and include in that Request make up time for every time you lose your parenting time because something has been scheduled for the child during your scheduled parenting time.See question