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Messages - jenjen

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Florida State Forum / RE: The state boards stink -
« on: Jun 25, 2007, 03:50:57 PM »
Speak with some attorneys but, be clear as to what u want. there are many who will try to encourage you to settle for non-primary residence (non-custodial parent) keep in mine that some one may be telling her what to do.....you maybe able to write up a plan and have a parellegal draw up the divorce papers that may position you for custody if she doesnt agree with it now....PROTECT  YOURSELF!!  she maybe socialble and friendly now but, things can change quickly..nd you wont even recognize this person who once loved you....She could just want more attention from you take her out somewere she would like to go....or you file for divorce first and then send her on a plane to visit her relativesbefore she is served leaving your daughter with you (oneway ticket of course) just joking...try to save your marriage but, PROTECT YOURSELF.....the state of florida will completely destroy your family and your relationship with your daughter

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Florida State Forum / RE: emancipated minor and child support
« on: Mar 19, 2007, 08:53:28 PM »
If you do this you are considered an adult and you would not get additional child support however the amount that's owed is not dismissed. you can petition the court for the past due amount to be payed to you.....I believe this to be correct

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unable to contact you at amber1971@earthlink.net  

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Florida State Forum / RE: 6th judicial circuit
« on: Apr 06, 2006, 11:04:20 AM »
amy williams was once my attorney she has come along way as learning more about what's really going on she's o.k. and will be better with time however judge fredericko is great! great!  great! extremely fair and love's kids, has kids of his own that he is active with he knows the ins and out's of parenting....from his own experiance. get him while you can the system is not designed for a man with such insight and integrety he's not afraid to tell it like it is, he know's that police can and do lie very  experianced in best interest of children.  I fear the system will soon try to get rid of him.

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NOT SURE WHAT STATE YOUR IN BUT, I STRONGLY DO NOT RECOMMEND APPEARING BY PHONE, i DID THIS ONCE AND THERE WERE PEOPLE THERE(CSE PEOPLE) WHO TESTIFIED THAT THEY NEW ME, AND HAVE HAD MEETINGS WITH ME. THESE MEETINGS NEVER HAPPENED AND THOSE TESTIFING I HAVE NEVER MET AND I GOT RAIL ROADED.  

IF HIS DAUGHTER WANTS TO LIVE WITH HIM, JUST HAVE HER COME FOR A VISIT AND NOT GO BACK, AT 15 THE COURTS WILL NEVER INTERFERE BY TRYING TO FORCE THE TEEN BACK, BIO-MOM WILL BE MAD BUT, EVENTUALLY SHE'LL GET OVER IT. YOUR NOT HOLDING THE TEEN AGAINST HER WISHES, SHE JUST SIMPLY WANTS TO LIVE WITH DAD AND AT HER AGE IF, MOM BRINGS THIS TO COURT THE JUDGE WILL ALOW THE CHILD TO REMAIN WITH DAD.

ESPECIALLY IF SHES A GOOD TEEN, GOOD STUDENT, THE JUDGE WILL NOT TAKE A CHANCE ON CAUSING A SITUATION WERE THE CHILD MIGHT RUNAWAY TO BE WITH DAD.

THE CHILDS DESIRE TO BE WITH HER FATHER IS NOT UNREASONABLE AT 15.

IF BIO-MOM PERSUES TAKING YOU TO COURT FOR THE RETURN OF THE CHILD, DONT WORRY GO TO THE HEARING DONT BRING YOUR DAUGHTER AND IF THEY INQUIRE ABOUT WHY THE CHILDS NOT IN COURT YOU CAN EXPLAIN THAT THE CHILD DOESNT WANT TO HAVE ANY CONFRONTATION WITH THE MOM (BACK IT UP WITH ANY THREATENING E-MMAILS U MAY HAVE.

MOST LIKELY THE JUDGE WOULD SCHEDULE ANOTHER HEARING ORDERING THE CHILD TO BE PRESENT AND IN MOST CASES AFTER KNOWING WHY THE CHILD DIDNT APPEAR THE LAST TIME, THE JUDGE WILL SPEAK TO THE CHILD IN PRIVATE AND HONOR HER WISHES.

IF THE DAUGHTER WANTS TO LIVE WITH DAD THEN DONT SEND HER BACK AND FILE FOR A MODIFICATION. CHILD WISHES TO LIVE WITH DAD, DAD IS ABLE TO CARE FOR CHILD, CHILD REFUSES TO RETURN TO MOM, DAD IS WILLING TO LET CHILD RESIDE WITH HIM, DAD FEARS IF CHILD IS FORCED TO RETURN CHILD MAY NOT RETURN(RUN AWAY)


BOTTOM LINE: AT 15 TEEN CHILD CAN CHOOSE

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IF the father is not behind in support payments and gets custody of his son and his x has other child

then there should be no support payed to either parent, however if father is caring both on his insurance then his x should have to pay a portion of the insurance coverage or be responsible for insuring the child living with her.

Once the son reaches 18 then child support will be due again for the  younger (i'm asuming younger)child living with x, unless the son enters college and is still under the care of dad and dad requests that this be taken into consideration.

if dad has the older child of the two he can always go back after having custody and petition the court for support making the arguement that the need/cost for caring for the older child is greater than the younger.

If it were me I would just concentrate on getting custody/child support stopped and keeping the state out of your life and affairs as much as possible

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Child Support Issues / STATE OF FLORIDA-CALCULATING ARREARAGE
« on: May 16, 2008, 09:06:09 AM »

 My understanding is that when the state of florida calculates arrearage they can only go back 2 years:


1. Is this correct?

2. if question number 1 is correct, then is it calculated two years back from the date the petition for child support was filed?

3. If so does anyone know the Florida statue concerning calculating arreages?


thank you....jen

 

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Child Support Issues / STATE OF FLORIDA
« on: May 16, 2008, 09:06:08 AM »
I BELIEVE THAT NCP ARREARGE IS TO HIGH/STATE OF FLORIDA MIS CALCULATED:

1. NEED HELP FINDING THE FLORIDA STATUE OR ANY INFO CONCERNING HOW CHILD SUPPORT ARRERAGE SHOULD BE CALCULATED.


THANK YOU.

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Child Support Issues / RE: Does anyone know the answers?
« on: Aug 20, 2007, 09:23:38 PM »
Not sure what state your in but, in my state the answer is YES if your not exercising your parenting time then she can recieve an increase in support, just as you could get a decrease if you have been exercising more parenting time (think it's 140hrs of over nites a year) you can check with the court for her adress, she should be required to notify the court of any adress change and if it's the old address send a certified letter anyway...so you have proof that you have been making an effort regardless of what the kids say....and actually if the kids dont want to see you you maybe able to use this as a plus for you. it raises the question as to why, you see the custodial parent has a duty to encourage the child to have a  relationship with you. if you ever wound up it court (real court not child support inforcement) the question can be asked of her what did she do to encourage the children to have a relationship with you. moving doesnt look good. no address. no phone number etc... she'll have to prove what effects she made.

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Child Support Issues / RE: FOC audit questions
« on: Jul 17, 2007, 09:21:05 PM »
Yes, I believe you are correct there should be an offset, i am seeking one myself in the state of florida, i am alledged to have past due support owed but, i have had legal custody longer and my x owes me more then what the dept of revenue is claiming i owe my x.


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