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I' Am Looking For A Lawyer.?
I Have A Ex That Is Getting Support For My Kids But Now They Are In There Teens.One Is Going To Have A Baby And Saying That Is Going To School But I Know She Is Not.The Next In Working And Not Living With Is Mother.I'Am Just Looking For A Lawyer To Help Me. The Money I Do Make Is Not Much Money,So If Any One Know'S Of Some That Can Help Thank You.
Look you can post this same question on here and get a better idea if my answer is not pretty much on the mark
My answer is if you pay a lawyer or go back to family court with this in mind you are spinning your tires. Until they are eighteen the mother is still the one providing for their care. If the one that is not living with your mother at the moment is in Cairo Egypt or something maybe yes but your ex can always say she is visiting and coming back. If the other is pregnant and going or not going to school it is a non issue. Your ex is still providing for both of them and I am fairly certain you will not prevail in family court to reduce your child support payments. Been there, done that, got the T shirt and yes, it sucks.
What Is A Major Personal Injury Law Firm In Boston, Massachusetts?
Looking At Different Law Firms In The Boston Area To Help With A Personal Injury Case I Have. The Firms Name, Phone Number, And Website Would Be Perfect.
They will all be listed in the yellow pages of the phone book, with big adds indicating that they specialize in personal injury cases. Most will offer a free consultation, so look them up and get dialing.
I Want To Be A Real Estate Lawyer?
I Want To Be Real Estate Lawyer. I Wanted To Know How Long Is The School Or College For That And How Much They Make A Year
I know real estate lawyers that are rich- and others that are barely getting by.
The best thing would be to find two or three Real Estate lawyers that you might think are doing well and ask them for advise. the money part they may feel is private- I wouldn't ask that- but they may volunteer some earning range when describing the career.
It is very common for professionals to speak with high school or college age people about career choices.
How Long Do You Go To Jail For Drunk Driving?
I was a police officer in California and am now a police officer in Connecticut. Both states, as I know, are similar in that there is no jail time, but is allowed under law, for a first offense. The only confinement is right after arrest with the time spent during booking and/or detoxing. Generally on a first offense any jail time is suspended pending a completion of informal probation (don't have to report to anyone) and an alcohol education class.
Second offenses within a set period (7 yrs?) generally carry a mandatory jail term of a few days with extended probation and license suspension. It becomes a felony with prison time (more than a year) if someone is seriously injured on there is repeated DWI arrests.
It's easy to say don't drink or drive. But give your friends and loved ones a break and get a ride/taxi home. I would hate to wake someday knowing I hurt or killed someone because of my selfish idiotic behavior.
My advice is to forget the lawyer and go the the first arrainment on a first offense and just listen to the Judge and Prosecutor and see what they have to offer. If you don't like it get a lawyer later. You don't have to enter a plea, but if you know what you did you might save some money and take what is on the table.
Do You Believe Child Support And Custody Is An Unfair Battle For Any Man? Part 3?
I Read Online About A Guy Who Had 29 Kids And He Is Considered To Be A Person To Have Beat The Child Support System Because The Amount Of Money He Pays To Each Mother Is $65 Or Less Per Month. Now I Do Not Condone This Behavior. However, Do You Think By Having More Kids, Although The Child Support Will Not Get Lowered. This Will Not Allow A Woman To Stay Home And Do Nothing All Day And Just Live Off Child Support. Like My Ex Who Received $2000 A Month And Sits On Her A$$ All Day Long.
In Georgia the child support guidelines didn't change until 2006. This was after a woman was ordered to pay child support, and ended up in bankruptcy.
This Court finds, as a matter of law, that a constitutionally sound standard for the determination of child support guidelines can readily be determined.
First, it must acknowledge the principle ...that both parents are obliged to support their children in accordance with their relative means to do so. The Supreme Court of the United States has provided ample reason to conclude that any guideline discriminating against either parent would be found constitutionally defective....The decisions of our sister States in holding unconstitutional statutory presumptions that custody of children of "tender years" should be awarded to the mother is also persuasive....Procreation is both a joint act and a joint responsibility.
Secondly, it must conform to long-acknowledged limitations on government intrusion into the rights of families....That is, the government's interest in family expenditures on children, whether that family exists before or after the dissolution of marriage, or even in the absence of marriage, is limited to insuring that the children's basic needs are met. Not extravagances, not luxuries, but needs. Once that occurs, government intrusion must cease....
The third and final criteria is that the means chosen for the purpose of determining need and allocating each parent's respective responsibility in meeting that need, whether in the form of a presumptive guideline or otherwise, must be based on a rational relationship between the predicate facts and the conclusion(s) directed....
This standard is not dissimilar to the former needs vs. ability to pay standard, but with the additional criteria that the needs are not excessive, the ability to pay is that of both parents and that the method of calculation is economically rational.
As explained above, the Guidelines fail miserably in meeting these standards.
In light of the Georgia child support guidelines being unconstitutional, Michelle Sweat shall not be required to pay Samuel E. Sweat any child support based upon her gross income of $1,862 per month, the father's gross income of $2,647.50 per month, and the mother having parenting time with the children at least 20 percent of the time. The mother shall, however, continue to provide health insurance for the children which currently costs approximately $70 per month for so long as it is available through her employer. The mother shall also pay 14.3 percent of any unreimbursed medical expenses of the children that exceed $250 per year. This percentage is based on her share of combined income above self-support needs.
For the foregoing reasons, the Defendant's Motion to Declare Georgia's Child Support Guidelines Unconstitutional is hereby GRANTED.
So...Do I think the it was unfair to men? YES! Men delt with this unfair system for years. In this state it took a woman having to be in the situation before they finally decided to try to fix the laws.Imagine that! I guess she "couldn't keep it in her pants", or "be a man" about it either.
How Does Joint Custody Work?
She Agreed To Joint Custody. But What Terms Are The Best?
And Is It Tru That With Joint Custody That There Is No Child Support?
It depends on the type of joint custady you set up. There is the 50/50 split where each parent has the child for the same amount of time each year. This is not bad if parents live close enough for child to not have to switch schools. The normal type of joint custady means that one parent is declared the residential parent and the other is nonresidential. the child would live with the residential parent most of the year and see the other parent one or two days a week and everyother weekend. The nonresidential would most likely get a month in the summer and every other holiday.
Child support is a completely different matter than custady. Even if there is a complete 50/50 split of the childs living if there is a major differance in the incomes between the parents then the parent that makes the most would still end up having to pay to help care for the cost of the child. With the residential type of custady the nonresidential parent almost always ends up paying child support. the only exceptions would be if the residential parent signed a form stating they did not want the child support or if the residential parent makes 3-4 times the income of the nonresidential parent.
Hope this help you out. My husband has been divorced from his ex for 3 1/2 years.
PS don't just sign up with the normal visitation routine. You can have your lawyer draw up papers so that if you do end up being non residential parent you get to see the children more than the court stipulates. I know from experiance when the ex gets mad at something all the extra time that was verbally agreed to outside of the court room disappears and you only get the kids when the papers say she has to give them to you.