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  1. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Ex Lied to Avoid Contempt, Now What

    Unless a payment is actually marked and acknowledged as child support, you run the risk that it will not count. If you ask the state support agency to pursue unpaid support based on the transcript...
  2. Modification of Custody: Re: How Can I Prove That She is Lying

    We had a similar situation and had to hire a detective company to run a trace and see where the ex was getting mail.
  3. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Moving to 100% Commission Pay, How Can I Pay

    Living in Washington state, I can tell you that DSHS is pretty willing to work with parents if they are indeed trying to pay support correctly. Also, they don't normally care WHEN you pay during the...
  4. Grandparents and Third Parties: Re: Can I Refuse for My Co-Parent's Girlfriend to Be Able to Pick Our Son Up from Sch

    Be careful what you plan to take to court. What is good for the goose is good for the gander. Literally. Anything you put in place will be used on you some day when you have a significant other. ...
  5. Termination: Re: Can You Petition to Remove a Dismissed DV TRO from Your Record

    I have nothing to add to this, but glad I do not live in your state. Our state documents all cases, and they also document the outcome. If they had listed the outcome, it wouldn't look so bad.
  6. Expenses: Re: "Uninsured" Portion of Children Medical Expenses - Hsa/High Deductible Health Pla

    I cannot speak to laws in your state, but when we had this issue, we simply refused to pay, until the correct documents were provided.

    In one situation, the mom chose to defy the wishes of my...
  7. Expenses: Re: "Uninsured" Portion of Children Medical Expenses - Hsa/High Deductible Health Pla

    Our plan has a requirement for dual coverage. From experience, I recommend identifying inside the order which parent has the primary insurance. Otherwise, this can become a fight with the insurance...
  8. Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: Help

    Schedule disruption is a nature annoyance. It affects the pattern of the household. Not sure who you are in relation to your little girl, but I am assuming you are the stepmom.

    If so, dad needs...
  9. Violation & Enforcement: Re: The Sheriff Department Won't Enforce Ro

    My aunt had a very similar situation in Washington State. She's a widow, and the new neighbor started trying to claim part of her property, damaged landscaping, started to build an unauthorized dirt...
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    Medicare and Medicaid: Re: Medicare Assistance for Drugs

    Any chance you qualify for Medicaid?
  11. Moving Out: Re: Daughter Father Not Landlord

    Landlord/tenant laws are invoked any time relational ties no longer can define a living situation. It would be no different that if a boyfriend moved into his girlfriend's house, and then they broke...
  12. Expenses: Re: Can a Child's Medical Bills be Incurred in the Other Parent's Name

    They will usually sent the bill to the residence of the child. If the insurance has not yet been billed, then your wife will need to call the hospital and have that claim submitted. If $800 is the...
  13. Divorce: Re: Marital Issues, Threats and Secret Phone Call Recordings of the Entire Family

    First, the fact that he recorded you complaining to your family is petty and is unlikely to benefit him in court. In some states it is not even admissible. In most, if not all states, it will work...
  14. Establishing an Order: Re: Child Support Back Pay for a 17-Year-Old Child

    It depends on what the son communicated, and the state, from what I understand. If there was no order, and he has a memo note on the check saying "Child Support", I have seen it count as such. Even...
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    Child Neglect: Re: What Are the Legal Actions I Can Do

    You need to wait until she is 18. Once she is, SHE needs to DECIDE what she wants to do. You need to be mature enough to let her process this, and make her own decisions. This is a messy...
  16. Establishing an Order: Re: Child Support Back Pay for a 17-Year-Old Child

    I REALLY hope your son kept receipts for all his payments. If the mom is playing the system against him, she may have waited to file so she could hopefully collect twice. Alternatively, in some...
  17. Calculation of Support: Re: How to Determine Amount Paid when Parent Owns LLC and Pays Themselves

    $800 is pretty reasonable for one child, in my opinion. That being said, since the bio father is self-employed, getting support in court can be a crapshoot. The numbers games can get complicated,...
  18. Divorce: Re: Ordered to Cooperate, but She is Not

    From what you have written, it sounds like you have an attorney, and she does not. If that is correct, then you have the option of informing her that all legal communications need to go to your...
  19. Establishment: Re: Not Sure on Next Step of a Restrainingorder Judge Granted Our Son Against a Class

    Well now you know that the bullying behavior was inherited. Like mother, like son.

    Yeah, you will probably want to get an attorney. Make sure they ask, in the event the RO is overturned as...
  20. Divorce: Re: Helping Somebody With Divorce Process, Procedure and Motions

    Agreeing with everyone else, your sister needs an attorney. If she cannot afford one, then SHE needs to go to the courthouse, and discuss this with their court advisor/facilitator, and they can help...
  21. Modification of Custody: Re: My Child Has a Lawyer What Could Happen

    The term for your child's rep is probably Guardian ad Litem (GAL for short), not lawyer. They are court appointed to represent the child in legal situations in some circumstances. The amount of...
  22. Calculation of Support: Re: How to Prove That Your Ex is Lying About Income to Get More Child Support

    There is a difference between what a business makes, and what the owner actually makes. It's a matter of gross versus net income. My husband owns a small business, and $500/week, after paying all...
  23. Establishing an Order: Re: What Can I Do

    Your grandma watching your child while you are at work is called "free child care" and is perfectly normal for single moms. In fact, the fact that you have someone helping you is a good thing.
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  24. Interstate Issues: Re: Filing in Two States

    While it may sound crazy to suggest, but if you are worried about dad making you sound bad to the NY courts, you could ask your attorney about filing in both states. You already filed in California,...
  25. Re: Do I Have to Buy Clothes for My Son if I Pay Child Support

    Child support is designed to contribute to the child's well-being while in the custodial parent's home. The custodial parent can spend the money however they see fit and are under no obligation to...
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