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CS question and Prosupp question
« on: Feb 09, 2007, 01:25:33 PM »
Good afternoon Soc,

I will try and be brief.

QUestion #1. Several years ago, BF's incme was imputed for CS, since then father has been working steadily and making $125 week less than what is imputed - is imputed income never going to change or can we file for new mod based on current income?

Quesiton #2 - Sometime ago I wrote you regarding BM contempt findings and order to pay BF attorney fees.  Since then BM failed to pay in court ordered time, automatic judgement in favor of our attorney, filed for prosupp hearing,  BM failed to show up for court for hearing, filed a second hearing BM showed up but negotiated a deal and agreed to pay within 2 months, documented on court docket, BM failed to pay due to her agreement terms.  New court date coming up, what should I expect?

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RE: CS question and Prosupp question
« Reply #1 on: Feb 10, 2007, 04:23:46 PM »
>Good afternoon Soc,
>
>I will try and be brief.
>
>QUestion #1. Several years ago, BF's incme was imputed for CS,
>since then father has been working steadily and making $125
>week less than what is imputed - is imputed income never going
>to change or can we file for new mod based on current income?

File for a mod on grounds that the historical evidence demonstrates a different earning capacity than what the court originally imputed.

>
>Quesiton #2 - Sometime ago I wrote you regarding BM contempt
>findings and order to pay BF attorney fees.  Since then BM
>failed to pay in court ordered time, automatic judgement in
>favor of our attorney, filed for prosupp hearing,  BM failed
>to show up for court for hearing, filed a second hearing BM
>showed up but negotiated a deal and agreed to pay within 2
>months, documented on court docket, BM failed to pay due to
>her agreement terms.  New court date coming up, what should I
>expect?

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