The parties stipulated and signed on the dotted line. The judge signed it off. It's a done deal. The stipulation is in your case file. And after 7 months, the judge wants to change it?? Bullsh1t!!Me_and_my_boys wrote:OC claims to have received a call from the judge’s office: “They want us to do a modification to the stipulation to provide that one party will pay the other the minimal child support in the amount of $25.00 per month so that they are not signing off on a complete waiver of child support.”
Another red flag. Be wary of OC writing anything, much less a modification to the stipulation. Be on your guard!! You must never trust OC for anything.Me_and_my_boys wrote:OC.....has also offered to prepare the modification.
Two months to go. No worries, right??Me_and_my_boys wrote:.....ETA is May.....
It's a done deal, Bro. Unless you agree to modify, the stipulation will stand as is.Me_and_my_boys wrote:I've instructed my attorney to get written confirmation from the court.....
My lawyer had a conference call with OC and the judge's court attorney and confirmed that the court has in fact requested a modification in the stipulation so that the higher earning parent pays at least $25 a month CS. I've asked him to explain what the reasoning is behind this. All he's said is that the judge will not consent to a zero order.
I'm going to request STBX's W-2's before handing over mine. She's been the higher earner throughout the marriage, but I have a feeling she and OC are cooking up something. I don't care about the $25, but I am wondering if this request can be used to somehow kick the can down the road.
lovingfatherof2 wrote:But I don't know how NY does it, in some states parenting time is meaningless in the calculation of CS, maybe NY is like that. Which begs the question, who is CS for in those states? Obviously not the kids.
MacGyver- wrote:Only CP or NCP for purposes of CS calculation.
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