the Standard of Care ... - - - - - - Res ipsa loquiter [Latin, The thing speaks for itself.] A rebuttable presumption or inference that the defendant was negligent, which arises upon proof that the instrumentality or condition causing… Full Answer
First, you need to know that the child support guidelines are not set in stone. There is a Rebuttable Presumption. 1988 Public Law Record SEC. 103. STATE GUIDELINES FOR CHILD SUPPORT AWARD AMOUNTS. (A)(a) GUIDELINES TO CREATE REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION.-Section 467(b)… Full Answer
Are you asking for the Census Bureau report, or a guess based on estimated income? Child Support carries several variable, depending on custody arrangements and the use of a rebuttable presumption argument.
Massachusetts, California, Indiana, Montana, & Ohio. Note that in Massachusetts, it is also applicable to increase an alimony payment. However, in all states, it is presentable under a Rebuttable Presumption argument.
Though, using a rebuttable presumption, a case can be made to the court that he was making an adult decision by being sexually active, and thus should have the personal responsibility of an adult, it is up to a judge… Full Answer
Presumption has more than one meaning. Here are two examples: It is the ultimate presumption [arrogance] to assert that any one group of people is inherently superior to any other. The presumption [belief] that God exists is more difficult to… Full Answer
Depending on the state, up to 20% (California) of your income can be used in the calculations, BUT........ SEC. 103. STATE GUIDELINES FOR CHILD SUPPORT AWARD AMOUNTS. (A)(a) GUIDELINES TO CREATE REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION.-Section 467(b) of the Social Security Act is… Full Answer
It's called a rebuttable presumption, an argument for an adjustment based on evidence that costs not directly related to the child need to be a consideration in setting the amount. However, this is a two way street and can be… Full Answer
Not as a whole, but a portion in states like California which require entry of the income of a spouse or S/O of either or both parents. But, USC 12, SEC. 103. STATE GUIDELINES FOR CHILD SUPPORT AWARD AMOUNTS. (A)(a)… Full Answer
If you have become disable as a result, file for SSD, which includes a separate child benefit check. If you are working, however are faced with rising medical bills, these can be considered in a support modification under a Rebuttable… Full Answer
At the most 20%, but there are set parameters. Mostly it applies when you are attempting a reduction due to unemployment. It's called a rebuttable presumption. The thing about it is that the argument can be used both ways. see… Full Answer
A deed (anciently an evidence) is any legal instrument in writing which passes, affirms or confirms an interest, right, or property and that is signed, attested, delivered, and in some jurisdictions sealed. It is commonly associated with transferring title to… Full Answer
In all states, the only upper limit is 55% of gross as set under federal law. The guidelines do have an maximum amount, but not a limit. After a certain level of income is achieved, the interpretation of the court… Full Answer
This is dependent on individual state laws, and is applicable in most due to the inability to place the same restriction on the obligee parent, whose also required to spend a designated percentage on the child. The argument can be… Full Answer