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Sep 03, 2009

Question:

Hi, I just wanted to ask a few questions.

I am currently active in the military and have been divorced for four years with one child. My divorce was finalized in the state of Hawaii. Since that time, I have remarried and we are now expecting another child.

When I signed the divorce papers, I was being stupid and clearly was not in a sound state of mind.  I have paid dearly for the past three years because of it. When the divorce was settled, she moved to Louisiana (I was still in Hawaii), and I paid her "transitional alimony" as well as child support. I saved whatever I could within those next three years to fund his travel expenses to see me.

The issue is that I then moved from Hawaii to Illinois and received a huge paycut.  This has made things extremely difficult financially, and even more so now that I have remarried and we are expecting. Can I modify my child support payments and some mentions (College IRA and Life Insurance) on my divorce decree? I really need to do something because we are already living from paycheck to paycheck as it is. Not to mention, this extreme financial situation will hinder my chances of funding more of my child's future travel expenses. Please help!


Aug 04, 2009

Question:

I was denied DNA testing for a 17 yr old boy and I never signed a birth certificate.  However, I am being ordered to pay child support. We were never married and my true paternity has never been established. Is this legal? What should my approach be in this particular situation?

 

 


Jul 30, 2009

Question:

My wife quit her job the day after I asked her for a seperation. We are going to court soon and I am worried that the court rule in favor of her due to her unemployment in this current economic situation. We always agreed we would both work and support our children, now she wants to be a stay at home mom. Does the court recognize this situation when it comes to alimony and child support? Will I now be the sole person who is financially responsible?

 


Jul 30, 2009

  

Question:

Do I have to still pay for Daycare when my ex wife is at home all day and not working?  Is the same true when looking at paying for summer camp or do I have to pay for the 6 weeks of summer camp when she is at home not working?

 

 


Jul 21, 2009

Question:

Hello.

My ex quit her 60K job last October because she didn't want the forty-five minute commute. She has been unemployed ever since. Now that her unemployment benefits are getting ready to run out she has hit me up for support.

Can anything be done considering that she quit?

 


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