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Feb 24, 2013

divorce lawyer Jordan RapoffQuestion:

If I am still paying child support for a child who is enrolled in college, then is the child required to provide the paying parent with transcripts or proof of enrollment?

My child refuses to send me her grades or any proof that she is actually attending classes while I'm paying child support to her mother.

Feb 19, 2013

Noblesville Indiana Divorce LawyerQuestion:

My children's grades are suffering and their volatile relationship with their mother often leaves them crying and begging to live with me.

My ex-wife will frequently say they should come live with me but every time it is about to happen she changes her mind and it's a huge fight.

Should I finally go with a formal child custody modification request in hopes that the evidence I have of the children's wishes combined with their poor school performance will be enough?

Feb 14, 2013

Noblesville Indiana Divorce LawyerQuestion:

I have joint legal custody, but my ex-wife has informed the school that my childcare provider is no longer an approved person to pick up our child on my parenting time days.

Can the mother really do this or do I need to get a letter from a family law attorney stating that on my days I can still use the babysitter that I have had established all year?

Dec 04, 2012

Omaha Nebraska Divorce LawyerQuestion:

My divorce order provides for a college education subsidy for my children. However, there is a state law that if a child has repudiated their parent, then the judge can rule that the parent does not have to pay for postsecondary education.

My children no longer acknowledge me; they don't return phone calls, emails, Facebook messages, etc., and I haven't seen them in years.

Am I still liable to pay that postsecondary education if they do not acknowledge me? If not, how can I have a judge reverse the decision?

Oct 17, 2012

college tuitionQuestion:

My child performed very poorly his first year in college. My ex-wife made the unilateral decision to send him back this fall, though our marital settlement agreement states all major decisions should be discussed.

She did not discuss with me until she had paid his tuition in full, signed a lease for an apartment, and re-enrolled him and she was wanting me to reimburse her per the divorce decree provisions.

What are my rights? Does the section on paying half of college expenses trump the section on major decisions being discussed in good faith and agreed to by both parties?

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