Stipulated judgment says no child support. Then requires health insurance and cellphones split 50/50. Ex-husband refused to sign off on escrow os sale of marital home, demanded more money from sale, and after 4 months of this offered me a lump sum child support settlement of 55,000. 3 children. Ages 17, 14, 12 at time of stip judgment. Separated Jan 2007. Mediated. Counseling. Fraudulent and outdated FDDs, ATTORNEY’S colluded to get me to sign day before court. Stip sign 1/8/13. Never received penny in support. I was primary breadwinner. Lost everything. Parental alienation. One property remains. Deed in his name. Did not follow order to put it in trust. Escrow agent disbursed some funds, then held the rest for 5 months, did not put in interpleader. Big mess. 20 year marriage. I got all the debt and lost my business. Was hospitalized. He got his business which I bought for him. Their case was loss of funds in stock market 2008. Lawyers told me I was in danger of breach of fiduciary duty. Not true. Never enriched myself. Handled and paid for 90% of everything for 20 years. Need Atty to start with fraud - FDD outdated incomplete characterized his biz as sep prop
First of all, you cannot settle child support with a lump sum. The rest of your case is extremely unclear and confusing. You have no choice but to have a lawyer review your case and filings and figure out exactly what happened, what was ordered, and what your options are now.
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