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Minnesota State Forum / Criminal look up in Anoka or Dakota Cty?
« on: Mar 27, 2008, 07:45:37 PM »
My Dh's ex was arrested last night.  Karma's a bitch!  We'd like to get the details of the charges.  Anyone know of a site to look this type of info up?  


Minnesota State Forum / on line cs calculator
« on: Jan 09, 2008, 01:34:21 PM »
I'm assuming some have used this.  I'm plugging in the numbers, but my DH has his kids about 38% of the time.  The caclulator defaults to 12% if I choose the 10-45% option.  Anyone know how to calculate a different pecentage?


Minnesota State Forum / Attorney recommendations
« on: Oct 18, 2007, 02:57:36 PM »
DH has an attorney but we both agree he's not agressive enough.  Maybe he just realistic, but we'd like to start looking for a new one.  Any recommendations?  We live in SW metro but are willing to drive for the right one.  


Minnesota State Forum / Medical Assistance
« on: Sep 20, 2007, 05:15:55 PM »
I was checking out the on line child support calculator on the state's web site.  My DH carries health insurance on his kids, so I put that in.  Then I checked 'yes' parent B (ex) has medical assistance on kids, becuase she does.  The calculator would not let me have an insurance cost and have medical assistance checked.

Long story short, can she legally have medical assistance on kids that are covered by other parent's health insurance?  

Minnesota State Forum / Sunshine!
« on: Aug 10, 2007, 04:28:11 PM »
Hello.  I'm wondering if I can get your help with something?  SO's ex is claiming her wallet was stolen at work and has filed a police report.  I suspect it's a lie to get SO to buy school supplies for kids.  Can you do some research for me?  I still have your email address.  I can send you more details.


Minnesota State Forum / Getting address from CP
« on: Jun 01, 2007, 12:28:52 PM »
I posted this on Soc’s board a while ago but I’m looking for a local perspective.  My SO’s ex won’t tell us where she and kids are living.  They share legal custody with SO being NCP.  SO called CS office today and she did give them their new address but they won’t give it to SO.  As part of the paperwork for their divorce is a copy of the statue that states parents have 10 days to notify each other of new address.  So we know the law is on our side.  

We have a handwritten note from her dated 5/25 that the reason she won’t give SO the address is because SO won’t give her my last name (great argument!).  SO and I live together and will be married in September.  I’ve already had to change my cell # because she was sending me inappropriate text messages.  I don’t want her bothering me.    

How do we get the address?  Do we have to file for an emergency hearing?  We have her home phone # but it’s unlisted and probably in her boyfriends name.  The divorce is in Hennepin, we live in Scott and she lives in Dakota (we know the city name).  Any ideas?  We were thinking of getting it though the schools in the fall but don’t want to wait that long.


Minnesota State Forum / State Statutes question
« on: May 25, 2007, 06:20:25 AM »
My SO and his ex share legal custody of 2 girls.  SO is NCP.  Even after her attorney and mediator told her SO does NOT need her permission to take girls out of state on his time she insists he gets her ‘permission.’  It’s annoying and ridiculous.  Is there anywhere in the state statutes that addresses this?  We’d like to email it to her.  That type of response seems to shut her up (for lack of a better term).


Minnesota State Forum / Help on temporary custody
« on: Apr 26, 2007, 04:05:59 PM »
I also posted this on Soc's board.

My SO got a call from his ex tonight. Her boyfriend recently moved and emptied their joint checking. Her rent check bounced and she's being evicted. She asked my SO to take the kids temporarily. We're willing to do that but would like to make it permanent (didn't tell her that). SO and ex plan to go to the court house tomorrow to file the paperwork for the temporary change (Hennipen County).

How does SO take full advantage of this? We want his kids full time. Without bashing, let's just say she's not going to win any mother of the year awards.

How long do the kids need to be with us before the courts would consider letting them stay with us? They live close enough that they can stay in their current schools. But we do live in another district.


Minnesota State Forum / Question on insurance and new CS laws
« on: Apr 18, 2007, 07:27:17 AM »
Hello.  I’m writing this from my SO account.  We are going to be married in September and will probably use my employer’s insurance for us and his kids.  He is NCP.  His divorce was before the new CS laws and took into account his net income.  

Will the insurance costs coming out of my paycheck affect his CS if ever recalculated?  His net income will increase but only on paper, it will come out of my paycheck.  My understanding is when done on the new CS system they look at gross income.  Anyone have any advice or experience with this?


Minnesota State Forum / Parenting time expeditor
« on: Mar 28, 2007, 01:28:06 PM »
Has anyone had to use a parenting time expeditor?  Just wondering about the process.  

My ex and I JUST signed a new order which gives me 1/2 of school breaks.  The order says the time is split in coordination with both parents.  My ex is telling me that I have to take the kids Wed-Sunday.  I'm unable to take Thursday and Friday off from work and gave her two other options.  She basically said, her way or no way.  Since the kids just moved into this school district  and the order was just signed in the last few weeks, Spring break came up without much notice or I would have day care options while I work.  

We have a clause that we'd use an expeditor to decide things that we can't.  I didn't think we'd need it so soon.  The order was just signed last month.  


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