My question involves child support in the State of: FL
I was wondering if anybody knows what you have to do when the other party files a Motion to Vacate and Objection to Final Judgment on report and recommendation of the Hearing Officer?
What happened was we went to court for a Modification of Child Support. CSE (Child Support Enforcement) took NCP back because of a HUGE increase in income (almost $10 an hour more). Hearing Officer heard case and set Child Support to guide lines and a Final Judgment was entered. The Hearing Officer was actually a little lenient and went a little below guide line because of the outrage.
NCP WAS NOT HAPPY WITH THE AMOUNT set and has now hired an attorney and this attorney has filed this. All the paper says is "hereby files Motion to Vacate and Objection to the Final Jugment on Report and Recommendations of the Hearing Officer. That's it, no reason why or anything. Is this something that has to be answered?
Any information would be useful. Thanks