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tulip

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child support.
« on: Apr 30, 2004, 09:24:43 PM »
Ok, this is a weird one. If anyone has ideas for me, great.

In Dec, an order was granted awarding joint physical custody. As you may know, bm filed the wrong paperwork. She filed a proposal given to her in Sept, offering to continue to pay the same amount of cs until June 2005. What was agreed in court is that dh would pay the same amount of cs while she a full time student. We recently got that amended. Now, when she registered at the beginning of the next quarter, she may have been registered full-time, but she dropped at least one of her classes shortly after. I think she failed the rest, because she quit attended in February when she starting smoking meth all the time.

Dh had a cs hearing scheduled in April because he lost his job, and was trying to get his support adjusted. He postponed this hearing and got a new date in June because custody was unresolved. He now has temp custody, and his support is suspended until the next hearing. We expect him to get sole custody at the next hearing. BM owes $242 back because she was overpaid in April or March.

Dh was told by his cs worker that when he is awarded custody, and bm has to pay support, it will be a seperate case, and her arrears for the case of him overpaying her will not be attached to the new case.

So, should he still keep this hearing to try and get the amount adjusted for Dec-April, so she will owe him more money back?



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RE: child support.
« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2004, 01:31:18 PM »
I don't know what to tell you.

Do you expect her to actually pay him back?

tulip

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RE: child support.
« Reply #2 on: May 06, 2004, 08:32:04 PM »
No, actually, I don't expect her to pay support at all. But in their divorce, she was awarded $10,000 in the equity of our home. This lein is payable to her if the house is sold, or yss turns 18. Our thought is that whatever cs arrears are due at that time can be removed from the lein on the house.

 

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