Re-open divorce


#1

Dear mbergs49:

Greetings. First, based on the information that you have provided I have no real idea what is going on. If she is asking for alimony and never got it before, it is highly unlikely she will get it now. If your husband was ordered to pay a debt and did not, it is not reopening the divorce, but trying to enforce a prior court order or agreement.

Yes there are things that you can do to avoid court. #1 document and keep records of everything you pay #2 always pay guideline child support, which she can get regardless of what the separation agreement says on this issue, as child support can always be modified. #3 file a motion for sanctions against her. Thank you.

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#2

my new husband is going back to court. His ex-wife is reopeing there divorce for maintance and she said he defaulted on student long for her which he did not! Do you think the courts will re-open the case? Is there anything we can do to stop her from taking us to court everytime we turn around on lies? Not to mention in the seperation agreement the opted out of the child standard act and agreed that he would pay 800. every two weeks not she wants to inforce the precetage. This all stems for his daughter moving in with us and we filed paper work to reduce the child support b/c she lives with us now. I am hoping the courts will see this is all retaliation

m. youmans