Going to court for child support on Jan 2nd. She says she was never served the second part of the papers!!??
We have been waiting to go back to court for a while now to get child support from my husbands exwife. The two kids live with us, and only sees her part time... before we served the papers she would see the kids for four hours a day two days a week. Then we served her papers for child support and suddenly they are allowed to spend the night at her house and now she wants to see them four days a week.
That's not the problem. The problem is, she told us about a month ago she had to pay the court to deny she pay child support. She now today, Jan 24th, says she never recieved the second part of the child support papers.
Does that mean she is not going to show up?
What happens if she doesn't show up?
Doesn't she have to give us the papers, as we gave her the papers, on her finances?
How do I serve her papers that we do not have? Isn't the court suppose to send her the papers? When we got our papers we told her about it, and it had her old address on it, so I suppose that is why she never recieved them.... so now what??? Is it our responsibility to serve them to her?
We gave her our financial papers a long time ago. She is trying to hide a second job from the judge, I suspect... since she told the kids not to tell us, but it accidently slipped out.
How do I prove that she has a second job?
What papers should I bring to court to prove that she has not paid for clothes, toothbrushes, conditioner... nothing for the past three years?? Do I have to prove it? How?
Can I ask the manager at her work to write out a letter for me stating that the schedule comes out two weeks in advance? Since she always says she never knows until the day before when she is going to have the kids?? Is that legal?
Can I ask that she pay back the 30% of medical bills that she was suppose to for the past year (really the past three years, but I think thats pushing it)??
Someone please help with all these questions!!
This is our second time to court with her, but this is the first time I am legally his new wife (Even though we have been together for four years), so I think I may be able to talk this time?