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Nhlnqhes : I have an iPhone 3GS and I want to put a put a picture behind my texting screen. How do I do that?

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FoodsPrer : I am very unhappy with the service from my local child support office and I was trying to find out who I should call. I want to know who supervises them. Pretty much, who is their boss? Would it be the county attorney?
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sursinkivarah : The state attorney general's office oversees child support. Many state AG's offices have a dedicated Child Support Disbursement Unit (or similar name).
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paasathkaqaas : There's this case I've been watching and the defendant took a plea bargain of a year suspended with three yrs probation & register as a lifetime sex offender. So guy goes to probation and i guess realizes that he has to follow 18 rules as a sex offender on probation. Well this guy is also an alcoholic who is not happy to not drink so he has his attorney motion judge to allow him to drink ( which I don't think will happen since alcohol is a BIG reason for the charges in the first place.

I guess my question is the 18 rules on the parol and probation website say per the Nevada revised statues probationers will abide by the following rules. Will a judge change or can a judge modify the 18 rules to fit for this defendant - I absolutely know this is an antisocial/narcissistic wacko who wants it all easy and I think we are all a little tired of his shenanigans. Enough so that the attorney asked to be relieved from counsel - what's ur thoughts about changing the 18 statues to fit or is it one size fits all?
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HonsjoriAcino : So I have a question about child support payment or what would happen in a situation. I am asking this for my brother who is in a little situation and we can not figure out the answer I guess you can say.

He is about to get out of the military and will be on disability for a little while. He was told he would have to see some doctors off and on for a bit and also physical therapy for a little while that may result in surgeries. He also has to see a counselor for PTSD and depression issues for his multiple tours to combat. He was told it will be hard for him to find a full time job since all this will be going on which is why they will pa him disability and recommended he go to school full-time.

Now he pays currently child support on his oldest son, he has two other children with his wife currently and she is able to take care of all them with her job for awhile so he can attend school full time and maybe work part time job.

My question is, how will they go about his child support? Will they make it stay the amount that it is now and the amount he is paying is pretty high? Or would they adjust it to his part time job and disability pay even though his disability pay is suppose to help him also pay co pays and all?

He is very worried about what is going to happen when he gets out he even offered to drop his share parenting and joint custody with the mother with she was willing to drop child support an shorten his visitation time to less where he stays and him having to visit more where he is to save her money from buying plane tickets. Of course she said she would think about it but she is really all about money and always says this money will hurt her. It should not hurt her if anyone it would hurt him, but thats another story. Just trying to find out if anyone knows what happens when someone is on disability and also may work part time and go to school how child support would work or does the court force him to find full time work even though they did not to her?

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Note: If she were to change and drop the child support, it would be agreed and signed and put into a court order it would not be just a he said she said, he knows to make sure to get it filed by the courts if the agreement came together. But if she agrees to it and says she will drop it can the state say, "no you can not"? Basically saying regardless if she wants it or says she don't, they will make him pay.
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ivanbyss : The moneys owed for child support are part of a legal court action - a lawsuit. DO NOT TRUST his ex-wife unless she signs it and puts it in writing, as an order accepted by the court changing support. I know several duped Dads whose exes "agreed" to accept reduced support, only to come after them later for the arrearage plus interest.

He needs to file a motion to reduce support based on his new income ASAP. Any change won't be effective until the date his motion is filed, at the earliest.

Good luck!
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Evarroria : First, he's not allowed to ask the mother to drop child support. Child support isn't a bill or a contract. It's a court order, and you can't make any deals around the court order. All deals must go through the court.

He'll need to ask the court to adjust his child support to the lower income. This doesn't happen automatically, he has to ask for it. Go to friend of the courts office to get the paper work. Some states have a different name, but what ever department takes care of child support.

I think there are some different rules for disability income then earned income. The court will know how to figure it.

But yea, they will lower the child support to reflect his lowered income.
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lowsheews : What you are not saying is who lives where and where the order was issued from. I am going to guess that we have the father in Florida and the mother and child in Ohio. I am also presuming that the order is from Ohio when answering. Florida procedure should be the same as this is all controlled by federal law and the state have to follow that set of guidelines when writing their statutes.
He can ask for a reduction of the support amount and it can be done by the Child Support Agency in the county that holds the order. This can be done administratively and without an attorney. If they find that he does have a reduction in income that warrants a reduction in child support, they will do this themselves.

Now he can ask her to sign off on the child support and any arrears if they do it by agreed entry. The law and rules have changed recently to allow this.
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OthefShoratte : 1) My question is, how will they go about his child support? Will they make it stay the amount that it is now and the amount he is paying is pretty high? Or would they adjust it to his part time job and disability pay even though his disability pay is suppose to help him also pay co pays and all?
----- he will still be obligated to pay child support -- the only parents who are not are parents who are on SSI & with that income is below actual poverty level

he can ask the courts to modify & reduce his child support payments based on his new financial situation

2) He is very worried about what is going to happen when he gets out he even offered to drop his share parenting and joint custody with the mother with she was willing to drop child support an shorten his visitation time to less where he stays and him having to visit more where he is to save her money from buying plane tickets
---- they can't make this agreement --- it would violate court order & is not in the best interest of the children.... they can ask the court to consider a modified agreement


3) If she were to change and drop the child support, it would be agreed and signed and put into a court order it would not be just a he said she said
--- courts will never agree to it --- even parents who give up all parental rights are still obligated to child support


4) can the state say, "no you can not"? Basically saying regardless if she wants it or says she don't, they will make him pay.
--- absolutely.. they can & they will ---- and this will be even more true if she is on or every goes on any form of welfare including food stamps or medicaid for the kids... if she is in a state that will be expanding medicaid & her kids end up on any form of medicaid... then the state will come after him hard & heavy
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butTeallbah : there are 51 separate sets of criminal procedural statutes in the u.s., No two are exactly the same. You might want to identify a state or nation.
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