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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 / New Marriage and state assistance
« on: Jun 27, 2007, 06:58:38 PM »
state of florida


Is it possible for some who is recieving child support and married to get state assisitance for the children he or she is recieving child support for?

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Dear Socrateaser / CALCULATING ARREARS-STATE OF FLORIDA MISTAKE?
« on: May 16, 2008, 08:36:23 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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Dear Socrateaser / cse refues to release file to title company
« on: Dec 24, 2007, 04:17:55 PM »
Just sold house, title company is withholding a large amount to pay alledged childsupport, however the dept of revenue for child support enforcement
refuses to release records to title company.

title company baffled as to why child support enforcement refuses to release the file and say they have never encountered such resistance.  

I have a petition before the court that was filed prior to sale of home which a judge would rule  on this alledged debt. after hearing the facts. I am the custodial parent of the minor children and have been for past six years and have not received any child support

 unfortunitly a hearing date on this matter has not been set yet. I dont want any money to be released until a judge hears and makes a ruling on my petition, because if any of the money is released it would be extremely difficult if not impossible to recover money once in the hands of child support enforcement.


1. Could I file a motion to stop the release of these funds until this matter is heard before the court

2. or should I be seeking an order directing the title company to hold funds until further order from the court?

3. any idea how this should be written?

4. should the motion be filed as an emergency motion?

5. how should the motion be titled? (motion to stop release of funds)
(motion ordering the title company to continue to hold funds?) etc..?

 

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Dear Socrateaser / no rent, no lease, wont move
« on: Sep 16, 2007, 09:39:00 AM »
"rent free and wont move"


           here's the story husband and wife retire and move to california..leaving a home in florida... husband let's grand childrens and there mother use home until kids graduate.

husband dies kids graduate a year later...wife settles probate and home is in wifes name ownly..wife asks mother to move cause grand kids are in college

it has been over a year and grand kids mother has made little effort to move

what would be the next step for wife to take to get grand kids mother out (she has lived rent free for about 10yrs and is raising another child who is not related as she is not related)

what should wife do?

 

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Dear Socrateaser / marital home and buy out-anyone been threw this
« on: Aug 31, 2007, 09:08:57 AM »

           In my divorce I have the option of refinancing the marital home and buying out x-spouse. house is for sale at this time and i reside there with by bio-kids. most offers on home are extremly low and broker says the market is bad "nobody is buying" note: my state and county has been in the news due to corrupt realestate brokers, mortgage brokers, appraisers, state attornies and even the county property appraiser along with other local gov. officials are coming under investigation.
I am at a point were I can refinance the property.

1. question: how do i make a offer to buy out x.

2. how much info is needed to see if they are interested in the amount?

3. should i just send them and/or attorney a certified letter saying...." would you be willing to accept $xx,xxx as a buy out ?

4. how would you write a letter of buy out ?

5. what info should I include or exclude?

 

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State of Florida


is it legal for a custodial parent who recieves child support and is newly married to get state assistance...such as reduced housing, food stamps etc...?

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Dear Socrateaser / how do I amend a petition
« on: Jun 16, 2007, 01:15:45 PM »
I am finally getting the hearing I so desperatly tryed to schedule but, but, now I need to amended some parts of it.

1. when filing an amended petition does it have to be completely redone or can I just amend the sections that need to be amended?

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Dear Socrateaser / Need help fast plse anyone read
« on: Jun 02, 2007, 07:53:33 AM »
state of florida

finally was able to get a default entered on my motion to modify cust, support and other relief.

custody given to me in 2002 by another court division, then original final orders,  other parent missing.

acting pro se and trying to schedule hearing, pro se office silent havent set case for hearing, just foune out case has been transfered to divison that gave me custody, child support enforcement is now harrassing me again for support and have frozen bank accounts. (just before hearing date is set) also my employer only pays by direct deposit so freezing my accounts holds 100% of my desposible income.(every penny i earn)


1. can I file a motion for the court to stop the inforcement against me. since this case is pending a hearing date?

2. if so can this be done as an emergency motion?

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