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Minnesota State Forum / Re: MN Medical Assistance question
« on: Jul 21, 2009, 07:36:56 PM »
Hi,
I know this has nothing to do with divorce but you seems to know about it so I figured I'd ask.

I have recently lost my job and even though I had a great income before I was the only one to work so we are now without income and without medical insurance for my wife, and 2 kids and I

I was thinking about applying for MA but am wondering what the requirements are ?!?!
We have assets but they are blocked assets like our home, cars, ...

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Minnesota State Forum / Re: Unemployed, what now?
« on: Jan 07, 2009, 03:48:58 PM »
file a motion to change child support and health care support, ....

get other party to pay for it

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I am looking for impressions, comments, story, ...
thanks

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Minnesota State Forum / RE: on line cs calculator
« on: Jan 29, 2008, 12:31:09 PM »
I was on the high end of a bracket as well but my order did not explicitely said I had 38% or 46%, ... just every other week-end plus this plus that plus this, ...

I did use the parenting time tracker here to show tha tit amounted to 46% of the time.

She tried to show that it amounted to only 43% of the time

The Magistrate sided on my side and did put me in the 45 to 50% bracket which is hudge if you think about it.

now all the future orders will reflect at least 45 to 50%, ....

the Magistrate only did cut my CS in 1/2 and used his discretion to limit the downward change but you know what? the new law also says that if there is 20% change and 75$ at least it's unfair well then I am filing every 6 month till they get it right :)

anyway, bottom line is that if this is not explicitely defined as numbers in your order, the bracket is argueable in court.


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Minnesota State Forum / RE: nm
« on: Nov 16, 2007, 11:09:22 AM »
nm ??

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Minnesota State Forum / RE: Attorney recommendations
« on: Nov 07, 2007, 09:52:12 AM »
tim lees
651-633-4400

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I figured I would post my storry here for others.

Never give up never surender !!!

SO I filed a motion to have my CS changed based on the fact that my salary had upped 20%. The judge heard the motion.

During the motion we had to define how many nights I had and the other party had. I successfully proved that I was in the 46 to 50% bracket which is hudge since before and still the other party has foll physical custody and me only parenting time but now with the 50% bracket put in an order this is as good as shared physical custody.


my salary, her salary, there too I was very surprised when I filed to see that the CS sent a record of eachother's salary that the DEED kept on record. Except that mine and the other party was wrong. I argued that the data was wrong and the judge agred to look at our paystub instead of the report pending that we produced W2 as well to confirm which we did

So in short with my salary increasing I was successfull in decreasing my CS (be sure to calculate your case) and in the process to secure the fact that I am now in a shared physical custody bracket.

Oh and I got to cancel the COLA as well in the process since the CS amount changed :)

Another thing you need to know is that in the expedited CS process the magistrate will tell you that the court rules does not apply. He will furthermore explain that he will receive reasonable hear say. this is hudge, this means that you can bring any proof you want. "I have a letter from my neighboor saying that" the judge will accept it. this is hudge. get your friends to say that you have your kid that day and that other day, ...

I also used the parenting time tracker (the sparc one) and this is the 2nd time that it lets me secure a win in court.
The key is not to simply fill it but to also  add comments, cost, what you pay, .. the judge will look at it even though they only count the days and gage if you are a good dad or not and worthy or not of cutting your CS.
In mine I document all, tooth lost, bought this, spent so much on groceries, ... all this helps since the the judge has to gage the percentage of nights to offset your CS. if he judges that you pay for this and that and this and that he will think it's ok to give you a break. he also will read that you document all which makes your night count is good.

good luck to all and feel free to ask me ANY questions

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Minnesota State Forum / RE: Getting address from CP
« on: Jul 05, 2007, 09:36:08 PM »
portable small GPS logger
you can put it anywhere it is small enough. put it in your dayghter's coat and she won't even know and it's legal it's your daughter then read it
where ever the coat was overnight, ....

150$ on ebay, quite usefull

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Minnesota State Forum / RE: State Statutes question
« on: Jun 07, 2007, 10:06:50 AM »
agreed, don't tell her.
if it's not in the divorce decree then go have fun out of state.

my ex filed a contempt motion to nail me for going to europe and lost  30K in attorney fees and lost her contempt

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