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I have three children with my ex. He pays only 270$ a mth for them claiming he doesnt work. How can i prove that he is on a 1099: He works for a business on a 1099 telling dcf that he is not working so they only make him pay 270$ a mth for 3 kids. He owns his two story 4 br 3b pool home and drives a 2017 Nissan Pathfinder. My kids and i live with my mother and i share a room and bed with my daughter. I need help please!

Asked 2 months ago in Family

Therese’s answer: I agree with the previous attorneys that answered your question, you need to consult a lawyer. Also, a lot of additional information is needed to properly answer your question. Do you have a current child support order? Is there a pending modification action? If there is a pending child support case, I suggest that you send a Notice of Production and Subpoena Duces Tecum to the Father's employer, requesting it to produce documents showing how much he has been paid within the last two or three years.

Answered 2 months ago.


Can I object to the subpoena after receiving 'Notice Of Intent To Serve Subpoena'?: The husband received 'Notice Of Intent To Serve Subpoena' from the wife's attorney for his former employer. Can the husband's attorney object to it?

Asked 2 months ago in Family

Therese’s answer: Yes, as Mr. Bernstein and Mr. Fox correctly notes, the husband's attorney may object. In addition to their responses, please note that the court will have to determine at the hearing if there is valid grounds for the objection. For example, if there is some sort of privilege or relevancy objection that may apply to the documents requested.

Answered 2 months ago.


How do I Draft an agreement with my ex to let me move our teen son out of state divorced 2005 pbc Florida : I lost my apartment after losing my job after an accident and my son's dad won't pay child support or help and so I planned to move with my long time boyfriend in Michigan and need to make sure I am not going to get in trouble. Divorced in 2005 in palm beach county FL and have standard boiler plate timesharing attachment

Asked 3 months ago in Family

Therese’s answer: More information is needed to to properly answer your question. Were you ever married to your son's dad? If not, has paternity been established by court order? Is there a current timesharing agreement/ order in place? If not, then you could technically move without needing consent or approval from your son's dad. But again, this depends on a variety of factors. I really urge you to get an attorney. Relocations with minor children are complicated. Contact your local bar association or legal aid program and they could assist you with finding an affordable attorney in your area.

Answered 3 months ago.