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Sep 11, 2013

colorado springs divorce lawyer Stephanie RikemanQuestion:

My wife is determined to drag out the divorce until I am broke. She is still living in my home that I purchased and the judge will not kick her out and let the children stay with me.

She is unemployed so I am paying for everything while she refuses to look for a job. If she cannot find employment I will end up paying the mortgage for her while she lives in my house.

Her strategy is to remain in the home until I am kicked out by the judge and ultimately pay for everything. This is all about money for her.

Is there anything I can do in my situation?


Mar 30, 2013

divorce lawyer Katie PetersenQuestion:

I recently lost my job and am unemployed. Because of my drop in income I adjusted my child support payments a similar percentage in order to keep the ratio of income to child support the same.

Can I unilaterally modify my child support payments if I lose my job?


Feb 18, 2013

divorce lawyer Jill MasseyQuestion:

I am required to pay a percentage of work-related childcare expenses for my children per my divorce decree.

My child attends the after-school program at his school that I pay for even though my ex-wife is not currently working and available to watch him.

If she is not working and available to provide free childcare, then am I responsible for paying those childcare expenses?


Sep 01, 2012

Pittsburgh divorce lawyer Anna CiardiQuestion:

Recently, the court determined that my ex-wife is underemployed and imputed her previous income to her for a child support modification motion she had entered.

Now, I have moved, changed jobs, and am attempting to modify the child support between myself and my ex-wife independently.

What should I use for her income? Can I use what the court imputed to her or should I use her current income, which is essentially nothing?


Aug 27, 2012

Omaha Nebraska Divorce LawyerQuestion:

During my divorce, the economy tanked and my assets in the business were severely diminished even though alimony was based on my income when my business was thriving..

After a few years of unemployment, I finally had to settle for a position that pays half of what I was making. I can no longer pay the original amount of alimony.

Is it possible to get the spousal support reduced or eliminated even if my divorce decree does not indicate what events would trigger an alimony modification?


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