Setting up permanent parenting time with a mediator and have the follow up court date so Judge can establish it all. Judge is ordering child support effective July 1st, 2018. He has yet to officially sign any papers. After he officially signs it as an order does the mother finish the process or does it go straight to the state and they contact each party? How does the process work? Do we have to set up a child support hearing or can it all be done when he officially signs into order the permanent parenting plan?
This is a major problem with people getting divorced or filing a parentage act case without a lawyer. Both parents' income information is necessary for a judge to enter a support decree. the child support will follow the child support guidelines (available on the web at: http://www.kscourts.org/Rules-Procedures-Forms/Child-support-guidelines/default.asp)
Assuming that your divorce or parenting act case is filed in the District Court of Sedgwick, County, Kansas: If you are on welfare, the Department of Children and Families (DCF) will enforce the support decree. If you are not on welfare you may request DCF to enforce the support decree. If you are not on welfare and have not requested DCF to enforce the decree, the Office of District Court Trustee will enforce the decree.
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