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Oct 14, 2013

divorce lawyer Jordan RapoffQuestion:

My ex-wife filed an ex parte against me as a strategic move to try and get me to pay more child support in exchange for her dropping the motion.

I am still allowed to exercise parenting time, but I cannot come within 100 feet of my ex-wife.

However, when she brings the kids to my house for the custody exchange she obviously is within 100 feet.

Am I in violation of the order if she is the one who comes to my residence?


May 10, 2013

divorce lawyer Jordan RapoffQuestion:

I lost my case against my ex-wife, and she was awarded certain monetary awards. Typically how long must I pay her this money?


Apr 24, 2013

divorce lawyer Jordan RapoffQuestion:

I pay child support and even though my income has increased since the order was entered, so have my living expenses.

My ex-wife, who is working and earning less and less, wants to raise my child support because she says the court doesn't care about my expenses only that my income has increased.

Is this correct? Do I really owe her more child support every time I earn a raise while her income keeps dropping?


Mar 26, 2013

divorce lawyer Jordan RapoffQuestion:

Per our divorce decree, I pay child support directly to my ex-wife. She recently moved out of state and I received a notification from her new state that I owe back child support and am in arrears.

I have not missed a payment to my ex-wife so obviously there is some sort of miscommunication or her new state is not recognizing my direct child support payments.

How can I prove to the state that I am complying with the divorce decree and paying child support directly to my ex-wife?


Mar 24, 2013

divorce lawyer Jordan RapoffQuestion:

My ex-wife is legally blind and lives in a rural area.

She is going to file a motion to modify my current child support order to help cover the costs of a driver that she must use to get around in a vehicle.

Is this a legitimate request?


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