C/S mod. Motion's Temporary order has mathematical error

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C/S mod. Motion's Temporary order has mathematical error

Unread postby Dintexas » Thu Sep 21, 2017 1:57 pm

Hey guys, thanks in advance for your help.

I filed for c/s modification and the judge rendered the temporary order to reduce the c/s however, the judge did not follow the family code while determining the $$. The temp $$ is way too high for our gross/net income and the # of kids.

The actual motion is waiting for trial (which is being dragged) while we are still not able to pay the new temp amount. And running into motion to revoke deferred sentence.

My question is if we can have this temporary amount corrected based on the guidelines(20% of the net blah blah) if yes how, and what to file. Again this is for temporary order.
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Re: C/S mod. Motion's Temporary order has mathematical error

Unread postby Dintexas » Mon Sep 25, 2017 4:25 am

Anyone? Please...
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Re: C/S mod. Motion's Temporary order has mathematical error

Unread postby Jesus Christ » Mon Sep 25, 2017 4:35 am

Dintexas wrote:our gross/net income and the # of kids.

we are still not able to pay the new temp amount. And running into motion to revoke deferred sentence.

My question is if we can have this temporary amount corrected based on the guidelines(20% of the net blah blah) if yes how, and what to file. Again this is for temporary order.


Who is "our" and "we"? What state are you dealing with, Texas?
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Re: C/S mod. Motion's Temporary order has mathematical error

Unread postby Dintexas » Mon Sep 25, 2017 4:37 am

Our/We refers to me and my current wife and its Texas
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Re: C/S mod. Motion's Temporary order has mathematical error

Unread postby Jesus Christ » Mon Sep 25, 2017 4:42 am

Are you saying that Texas is using Both of your incomes to determine CS to one of your exes?

Or are you saying you have trouble taking care of the new kids to the new marriage?
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Re: C/S mod. Motion's Temporary order has mathematical error

Unread postby Dintexas » Mon Sep 25, 2017 4:52 am

Unfortunately, can't afford a lawyer...
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Re: C/S mod. Motion's Temporary order has mathematical error

Unread postby Jesus Christ » Mon Sep 25, 2017 4:54 am

Still confused so let me ask it another way. Is Texas using both of your incomes to determine CS to your ex or are you saying that both of your incomes combined you can't afford to pay what's owed?
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Re: C/S mod. Motion's Temporary order has mathematical error

Unread postby Dintexas » Mon Sep 25, 2017 5:00 am

I am saying that despite both of our incomes combined I still can't afford to pay the temporary $$ support...
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Re: C/S mod. Motion's Temporary order has mathematical error

Unread postby Jesus Christ » Mon Sep 25, 2017 5:55 am

Well how much is it for how many kids?
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Re: C/S mod. Motion's Temporary order has mathematical error

Unread postby Dintexas » Mon Sep 25, 2017 6:17 am

900 one child with ex and 2 with current marriage
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