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California State Forum / Posted to Soc also...
« on: Feb 02, 2004, 03:33:11 PM »
... but I figured I would see if anyone here would know how to do this...

Dissolution only Jan 1996, bifurcated from property and custody.  Custody agreements reached and filed. Marital Assets (only some furniture and kitchen appliances) were divided, no agreement was filed.

I have tried to negotiate a settlement on the marital debt many times over the years with my ex.

I don't see any other resolution then taking it through the courts.

1) What do I need to file to get the marital debt process started again?

Thanks!!!!

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BM works for Countrywide, she was paid a bonus every month until she got a new boss.... and started dating that boss.

The CS is based on her bonus earnings.

Does anyone know how Countrywide specifically calculates and pays the bonus to the people that support the loan agents?

We suspect that her boss is paying for her house and not putting her "bonus" on paper so she doesn't have to pay CS.

Thanks!

FTK

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Child Support Issues / Alimony
« on: Jun 04, 2004, 10:27:48 AM »
State of CA......
Does anyone know if alimony from a subsequent marriage is considered "income" from a CS perpective?

Thanks!!!

FTK

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Child Support Issues / Arrears
« on: Apr 29, 2004, 01:51:19 PM »
DCSS filed the CS paperwork 1/27/04.  Even though there is not an amount set now, I know it will be retro to that date.

Will arrears automatically be put on the amount due once it is set?

Example:  They decided on $200/ month.  Will a check need to be cut for the $200/ month, plus arrears on the day it is ruled on?

Thanks!!!
FTK

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Dear Socrateaser / Getting Dr/ Dentist information
« on: Feb 29, 2008, 12:36:30 PM »
I had a thought while reading your message on how you could get the childs doctor of dentist information.  

The emergency contact cards at my childrens school require that I list their primary doctor and dentist.  

Maybe the childs school is the same?  You could go to the school ask to see the emergency contact information card and get the doctors name from that ;)

Might work.

FTK

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Dear Socrateaser / RE: Now I know I've been here too long....
« on: Mar 09, 2007, 05:12:33 PM »
I remember that too Mixed!  I tried to get Soc to answer that question about a year ago, he said that "whatever" he was working on was still in the works.

I know I will miss him.  I used to read the board daily, with our NCP we never know what she will pull next.

I hope that he is well, and has just decided to ride off in to the sunset :)

FTK

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Dear Socrateaser / CA Child Support Hearing
« on: Jan 03, 2007, 01:44:24 PM »
Santa Clara County, CA

Emergency hearing in 2003 granted full physical custody to father, parents continue to have joint legal with father having full decision making authority on school.

Result of the emergency hearing time share became 75% Father/ 25% Mother.  No child support was ordered, but Mother did agree to pay for ½ of childcare expenses and ½ of uncovered medical expenses as part of the 2003 hearing. (these amounts are still un-reimbursed by mother)

Mother moved from Santa Clara County in April 2006, time share became 85% Father/ 15% Mother.
I opened a case with DCSS in Sept 2006 after mother and I could not agree on a child support amount. Child has been undergoing a significant amount of medical testing recently.

Mother is fully supported by new husband, they have an agreement that she be a stay at home mom.  Mother worked in previous marriage (and up until she because pregnant in 2003) as a waitress.

I received notice of a DCSS hearing scheduled for February.

Questions:
1) Will DCSS impute mothers income at minimum wage?

2) What information should I bring to the hearing besides the information DCSS has requested I ?

3) Will DCSS take in to account that I have another child that has medical problems that cause a financial hardship?

4) Is there a chance that there will be no support ordered from Mother to me?

5) I just lost my job at the end of December, how will this impact the hearing?

Thank you

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Dear Socrateaser / CA Child Support Hearing
« on: Jan 03, 2007, 01:44:24 PM »
Santa Clara County, CA

Emergency hearing in 2003 granted full physical custody to father, parents continue to have joint legal with father having full decision making authority on school.

Result of the emergency hearing time share became 75% Father/ 25% Mother.  No child support was ordered, but Mother did agree to pay for ½ of childcare expenses and ½ of uncovered medical expenses as part of the 2003 hearing. (these amounts are still un-reimbursed by mother)

Mother moved from Santa Clara County in April 2006, time share became 85% Father/ 15% Mother.
I opened a case with DCSS in Sept 2006 after mother and I could not agree on a child support amount. Child has been undergoing a significant amount of medical testing recently.

Mother is fully supported by new husband, they have an agreement that she be a stay at home mom.  Mother worked in previous marriage (and up until she because pregnant in 2003) as a waitress.

I received notice of a DCSS hearing scheduled for February.

Questions:
1) Will DCSS impute mothers income at minimum wage?

2) What information should I bring to the hearing besides the information DCSS has requested I ?

3) Will DCSS take in to account that I have another child that has medical problems that cause a financial hardship?

4) Is there a chance that there will be no support ordered from Mother to me?

5) I just lost my job at the end of December, how will this impact the hearing?

Thank you

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Dear Socrateaser / Adjusting imputed income
« on: Jul 27, 2006, 02:52:25 PM »
BM stipulated to an imputed income which was about 30% higher than she was currently making for the last CS order (Nov 2005).

BM has recently stopped working, I believe she is pregnant.

Questions
1)  I thought I read somewhere that if you stipulate to a higher income, that you can not reduce it, is this true?

2) If this is not true and she can file for a CS reduction, what would be my best argument?  

I don’t want to be stuck paying her CS because she has now decided to stay home.

Thanks!
FTK

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Dear Socrateaser / Private School costs
« on: Jul 24, 2006, 12:05:51 PM »
Oct 2003 stipulation states that parents shall split the cost of private school 50/50 with Mom reimbursing Dad for those costs.

Mom filed OSC in Aug 2005 to reduce her share of the for private school costs to zero.

Judge ordered that based on Mom’s new salary Mom would responsible for “32% of the private school costs for the 2005-2006 school year only”

Questions:

1) Is Mom still responsible for a % of the school costs?

2) If yes, is she responsible for 50% or 32%?

Thanks!
FTK

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