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Ex-Wife Claims I Owe Her Past Child and Spousal Support, When I Paid Her in Full!

Q. My ex-wife filed a motion claiming I owe her $75,000, plus interest, for child and spousal support that I paid years ago. Our kids are grown and married. She remarried six years ago. I've moved ...
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Marriage of Wilson - Trial Court May Refuse to Enforce Child Support Orders Where Minor Living With Grandparents!

California Courts Can Consider Equitable (Fairness) Arguments and Refuse to Enforce Child Support Orders In Favor of a Parent When The Children Were Living with Grandparents! In re Marriage of Wilson ...
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Are SUPPORT Orders SUSPENDED If Spouses RECONCILE and Resume Living Together?

Q. Last year I filed for divorce after my wife moved out with our twin daughters. My wife got orders for child support for our twins, and spousal support. We've decided to try marital counseling, ...
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Am I Entitled To Obtain Discovery In a Post-Judgment Application In a Dissolution?

Q. I am seeking to enforce a trial court judgment, by which my former wife owed me Epstein reimbursements, as against some property that was divided by the judge and awarded to her. I intend to file a ...
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How To COLLECT On Family Court ORDERS For Support or Money Judgments In Property Division!

Enforcing California Family Court Orders and Awards for Money One of the most effective ways to end the misery of high-conflict divorce with a recalcitrant spouse or co-parent is to enforce the money ...
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How Can I Be Sure a Court Will Enforce My AGREEMENT Reached With My Spouse OUT OF COURT?

Q. My wife and I reached some agreements about support and property division in our divorce. Neither of us have attorneys. I want to write something up that is enforceable. Is there anything I should ...
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ENFORCING SUPPORT: What is a REAL PROPERTY LIEN?

Q. How is a family law real property lien used to enforce a support judgment? A. An effective method for enforcing child and spousal support orders, and collecting what is owed you (plus legal ...
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DCSS INTERCEPTED my TAX REFUND with my new Husband.

Q. The district attorney's office intercepted our tax refund to pay past due child support. If we divorce do I get any of this money back? K. Santa Clarita, CA A. You might. This tax refund was ...
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I am remarried. How does my NEW MATE'S INCOME affect my SPOUSAL SUPPORT or CHILD SUPPORT OBLIGATION?

Q. I remarried in August, 2009, and my new wife is a doctor. She has one child from her prior marriage and I have two. I am still paying my former wife alimony and child support. We largely depend ...
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Can CHILD SUPPORT ORDERS be made RETROACTIVE?

Q. Can child support orders be made retroactive in a court proceeding? A. Except when the county has paid benefits, or possibly where a third party has provided necessaries like food, shelter, or ...
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ENFORCING SUPPORT ORDERS in California

Enforcing California Child Support and Alimony Orders As a private person, you have a host of remedies. Some require the assistance of an attorneys, other may not depending upon your relative interest ...
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