What form do I use to Answer that I disagree with a motion to modify child support
You do not modify child support by letter. You would have to petition the court for a new court order.
Motion to modify current and future child support. Make request to child support enforcement.
It depends on when your child support was supposed to end. If it has ended then it cannot be modified retroactively. If you are still paying support, some states go to 21, then you can file a motion to modify your child support.
The Division of Child Support Enforcement provides child support enforcement in Arizona. It is a part of the Department of Economic Security and is funded by the state of Arizona along with the federal government.
Revenue does not modify child support obligations. You need to file a motion/petition in the venue that issued the order for support.
You can not modify your child support. Only the court can modify your child support. It is possible the court will do that. It is unusual for your wife to get half your salary. In setting child support, this is a deductible item in all states, that should have been taken into consideration. If not, you can request a modification. see links below
No, the father must support his previous child. You knew this when you had a new child with him.
Arizona Child Support Enforcement will handle it.
The persons in custody of the child must file for legal guardianship and request the court modify the child support order. The person needs legal standing to receive child support.
You need to file a motion with the court to emancipate the minor and modify child support. see link for applicable laws.
All you need to do is, petition the court to modify your child support order.
You can find information about Arizona child support from the AZDES (Arizona Department of Economic Security) Government website. You can login to the site to manage your case.
Contact child support enforcement or file a motion to modify. see link
As long as a child support order exist, yes. But, he should file a motion to modify the order.
Make an official request to Child Support Enforcement, or file a motion to modify. see links
See links below
Child support in Tennessee can be reviewed and modified up to the age of majority.
Modify what? Custody? Child support? Both? Procedure to file? Procedure to answer? State or country where such an action is occurring or will occur?
No, a person will not be ordered to pay child support on any children that are not his. The only way a person would be ordered to pay child support a child who is not theirs is if they had legally adopted that child.
Yes, until you have filed and had approved an order to modify the existing support order.
With an approved motion to modify.
Motion to modify arrears.see links
Yes. However, you should visit the court immediately and it may modify the child support order while you're unemployed.