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Title: any one knows how the new CS law will be implemented?
Post by: spinner on Feb 07, 2006, 02:16:16 PM
It is comming in Jan 2007 but applicable , .....

Anyone has some insight about this from the CS office beside the obvious 2-3 articles I already read?

Will it really be applied ?
Title: RE: any one knows how the new CS law will be implemented?
Post by: Sunshine1 on Feb 07, 2006, 07:52:25 PM
The way I am reading these articles and the buzz in the CS office is you must petitiion for both incomes to be implemented, it isn't automatically implemented unless the parties go back to court and either ask for it or you are already there for a divorce and they will calculate it the new way.
Title: found this....
Post by: Sunshine1 on Feb 09, 2006, 08:32:30 PM
This is on the Pro se child support modification papers...

EXPEDITED CHILD SUPPORT PROCESS
MOTION TO MODIFY SUPPORT

YOU CAN USE THIS PACKET OF FORMS ONLY IF:

(1)    There is already an existing court order setting or reserving support;
(2)   You are asking the court to change child support, medical support, and/or child care, and
(3)   You and/or the other party receive public assistance or child support services from the county.
You cannot use this form to change spousal maintenance,
 parenting time, (visitation) or custody

 THE COURT CANNOT GRANT A REQUEST TO MODIFY AN EXISTING CHILD SUPPORT ORDER USING THE INCOME SHARES MODEL UNTIL JANUARY 1, 2008, OR UNDER LIMITED EXCEPTIONS, UNTIL JANUARY 1, 2007.  CONTACT AN ATTORNEY OR OTHER LEGAL SERVICES PROVIDER FOR MORE INFORMATION.

•   Court personnel, the county attorney's office, and the child support office cannot help you fill out these forms.
•   You may need to speak with a lawyer if you do not know how to answer the questions on these forms.
•   You must fill out all three forms included with this packet and you must follow the instructions included with this packet.
•   Type your answers or print neatly using dark ink.
Title: found this....
Post by: Sunshine1 on Feb 09, 2006, 08:33:02 PM
This is on the Pro se child support modification papers...

EXPEDITED CHILD SUPPORT PROCESS
MOTION TO MODIFY SUPPORT

YOU CAN USE THIS PACKET OF FORMS ONLY IF:

(1)    There is already an existing court order setting or reserving support;
(2)   You are asking the court to change child support, medical support, and/or child care, and
(3)   You and/or the other party receive public assistance or child support services from the county.
You cannot use this form to change spousal maintenance,
 parenting time, (visitation) or custody

 THE COURT CANNOT GRANT A REQUEST TO MODIFY AN EXISTING CHILD SUPPORT ORDER USING THE INCOME SHARES MODEL UNTIL JANUARY 1, 2008, OR UNDER LIMITED EXCEPTIONS, UNTIL JANUARY 1, 2007.  CONTACT AN ATTORNEY OR OTHER LEGAL SERVICES PROVIDER FOR MORE INFORMATION.

•   Court personnel, the county attorney's office, and the child support office cannot help you fill out these forms.
•   You may need to speak with a lawyer if you do not know how to answer the questions on these forms.
•   You must fill out all three forms included with this packet and you must follow the instructions included with this packet.
•   Type your answers or print neatly using dark ink.
Title: found this....
Post by: Sunshine1 on Feb 09, 2006, 08:33:06 PM
This is on the Pro se child support modification papers...

EXPEDITED CHILD SUPPORT PROCESS
MOTION TO MODIFY SUPPORT

YOU CAN USE THIS PACKET OF FORMS ONLY IF:

(1)    There is already an existing court order setting or reserving support;
(2)   You are asking the court to change child support, medical support, and/or child care, and
(3)   You and/or the other party receive public assistance or child support services from the county.
You cannot use this form to change spousal maintenance,
 parenting time, (visitation) or custody

 THE COURT CANNOT GRANT A REQUEST TO MODIFY AN EXISTING CHILD SUPPORT ORDER USING THE INCOME SHARES MODEL UNTIL JANUARY 1, 2008, OR UNDER LIMITED EXCEPTIONS, UNTIL JANUARY 1, 2007.  CONTACT AN ATTORNEY OR OTHER LEGAL SERVICES PROVIDER FOR MORE INFORMATION.

•   Court personnel, the county attorney's office, and the child support office cannot help you fill out these forms.
•   You may need to speak with a lawyer if you do not know how to answer the questions on these forms.
•   You must fill out all three forms included with this packet and you must follow the instructions included with this packet.
•   Type your answers or print neatly using dark ink.
Title: found this....
Post by: Sunshine1 on Feb 09, 2006, 08:33:10 PM
This is on the Pro se child support modification papers...

EXPEDITED CHILD SUPPORT PROCESS
MOTION TO MODIFY SUPPORT

YOU CAN USE THIS PACKET OF FORMS ONLY IF:

(1)    There is already an existing court order setting or reserving support;
(2)   You are asking the court to change child support, medical support, and/or child care, and
(3)   You and/or the other party receive public assistance or child support services from the county.
You cannot use this form to change spousal maintenance,
 parenting time, (visitation) or custody

 THE COURT CANNOT GRANT A REQUEST TO MODIFY AN EXISTING CHILD SUPPORT ORDER USING THE INCOME SHARES MODEL UNTIL JANUARY 1, 2008, OR UNDER LIMITED EXCEPTIONS, UNTIL JANUARY 1, 2007.  CONTACT AN ATTORNEY OR OTHER LEGAL SERVICES PROVIDER FOR MORE INFORMATION.

•   Court personnel, the county attorney's office, and the child support office cannot help you fill out these forms.
•   You may need to speak with a lawyer if you do not know how to answer the questions on these forms.
•   You must fill out all three forms included with this packet and you must follow the instructions included with this packet.
•   Type your answers or print neatly using dark ink.
Title: found this....
Post by: Sunshine1 on Feb 09, 2006, 08:33:28 PM
This is on the Pro se child support modification papers...

EXPEDITED CHILD SUPPORT PROCESS
MOTION TO MODIFY SUPPORT

YOU CAN USE THIS PACKET OF FORMS ONLY IF:

(1)    There is already an existing court order setting or reserving support;
(2)   You are asking the court to change child support, medical support, and/or child care, and
(3)   You and/or the other party receive public assistance or child support services from the county.
You cannot use this form to change spousal maintenance,
 parenting time, (visitation) or custody

 THE COURT CANNOT GRANT A REQUEST TO MODIFY AN EXISTING CHILD SUPPORT ORDER USING THE INCOME SHARES MODEL UNTIL JANUARY 1, 2008, OR UNDER LIMITED EXCEPTIONS, UNTIL JANUARY 1, 2007.  CONTACT AN ATTORNEY OR OTHER LEGAL SERVICES PROVIDER FOR MORE INFORMATION.

•   Court personnel, the county attorney's office, and the child support office cannot help you fill out these forms.
•   You may need to speak with a lawyer if you do not know how to answer the questions on these forms.
•   You must fill out all three forms included with this packet and you must follow the instructions included with this packet.
•   Type your answers or print neatly using dark ink.
Title: found this....
Post by: Sunshine1 on Feb 09, 2006, 08:33:59 PM
This is on the Pro se child support modification papers...

EXPEDITED CHILD SUPPORT PROCESS
MOTION TO MODIFY SUPPORT

YOU CAN USE THIS PACKET OF FORMS ONLY IF:

(1)    There is already an existing court order setting or reserving support;
(2)   You are asking the court to change child support, medical support, and/or child care, and
(3)   You and/or the other party receive public assistance or child support services from the county.
You cannot use this form to change spousal maintenance,
 parenting time, (visitation) or custody

 THE COURT CANNOT GRANT A REQUEST TO MODIFY AN EXISTING CHILD SUPPORT ORDER USING THE INCOME SHARES MODEL UNTIL JANUARY 1, 2008, OR UNDER LIMITED EXCEPTIONS, UNTIL JANUARY 1, 2007.  CONTACT AN ATTORNEY OR OTHER LEGAL SERVICES PROVIDER FOR MORE INFORMATION.

•   Court personnel, the county attorney's office, and the child support office cannot help you fill out these forms.
•   You may need to speak with a lawyer if you do not know how to answer the questions on these forms.
•   You must fill out all three forms included with this packet and you must follow the instructions included with this packet.
•   Type your answers or print neatly using dark ink.
Title: Sorry...
Post by: Sunshine1 on Feb 09, 2006, 08:37:54 PM
obviously my computer is on drugs or something.  Sorry for all the posts.  :)
Title: what are the exceptions?
Post by: spinner on Feb 09, 2006, 09:01:04 PM
to have it apply in 2007?
Title: RE: what are the exceptions?
Post by: Sunshine1 on Feb 10, 2006, 11:37:12 AM
Probably if there is a new divorce in process or both parents make substantially the same amount of money they will imput both incomes right away.  I don't know spinner..call the CS office and ask the worker that is taking your money.  She is supposed to know.  :)