Can you move out of state while going through a divorce?
In California, at least one party must be a resident of the state and county where the divorce is filed. If you move out of state before the divorce is filed or while the case is pending, you can still handle the case in a California court if your spouse continues to meet the residency requirements.
Is it illegal for a mother to move her child out of state?
In this situation, the custodial parent will likely have to go to court and ask a judge for permission to move the child out-of-state. Typically, a parent can’t move a child to another county or state without prior approval from the court that issued the original custody order.
How much can they take from your check for child support?
The amount that can be withheld from your wages is limited by the Federal Consumer Credit Protection Act. Here are the limits: 50 percent of disposable income if an obligated parent has a second family. 60 percent if there is no second family.
Can child support take your inheritance?
If you owe back child support, the state in which you owe can absolutely take your inheritance to pay the debt. It doesn’t matter if the inheritance comes in the form of cash or property. In some inheritance cases, the state will step in and claim your inheritance before you receive it.
Is inheritance protected from creditors?
Your creditors cannot take your inheritance directly. The court could issue a judgment requiring you to pay your creditors from your share of inherited assets. Sometimes this type of judgment is enforced through a lien against inherited real estate or a levy against inherited assets in a checking or savings account.