I am representing myself here in California

I am representing myself here in California (it’s called Pro Per here), as I have in all civil cases in the past. Today, I was granted a three year restraining order against my wife’s boyfriend that not only keeps him away from me, but my kids (even if they are with her) and my cars (even the one she drives).

If you study the codes of civil procedure, talk to some of the free assistance folks, you can actually run rings around attorneys! In court this morning, this clown threw papers at me, yelled at the judge, said I was a con man and knew how to manipulate the court (which brought a big smile to the judge’s face). He tried to tell the judge that I have stolen $400,000 (dang, where did it go?), and that I haven’t had a job in three years (where am I driving to then?).

My wife is all upset at me for upsetting the poor fellow (awwww), but she even warned him not to go to court against me without an attorney. But he is convinced that since I don’t have a degree in law, that he is smarter than me, and I am an idiot. Well, the “idiot” just screwed up his life, and the judge even stated that she felt he was unstable.

Score one for the idiots!

I read through the information you sent yesterday

I read through the information you sent yesterday and found it very interesting. It is the kind of information I have searched the interent for and been unable to find.

I guess my question (I could not find a reference in yesterdays info) is whether or not a gift or inheritance can be calimed as earnings, or whether it can even be made relevant asx an issue toward child support.

I thought I had read something last year about it being applied toward child support, but I’ll be dogged if I can remember where I read it at.

Again, thank you for the information,
M

Child support in Indiana

My ex and I make approximately the same in income in the state of Indiana. She is attempting to raise my child support. I have our two boys one half of each week throughout the summer, with a full ten days in the middle for vacations.
During the school year, I have the boys every weekend from Friday to Sunday for six weeks, then have them Mon-Wed for six weeks, but not for overnights on the Mon-Wed schedule because my ex feels “they should be home on school nights”. As if I live in a cave with a dragon or something….laughs…

I have reason to believe my ex has recently came into some money, i.e. an inheritance or gift.

Is that something that she would have to claim as income?

If so, how would I go about verifying she got it?

Thanks for all you help,

M

Help… My ex-wife took my son

My ex-wife lives in Ill. and I live in Missouri and she has got a ex-parte, so I couldn’t take my son out of Ill. This all started 10 months ago and I still haven’t seen my son.

I am a deputy sheriff in Missouri and the ex-parte is even threatening my job..I don’t know anything about Ill law…can anyone help me…

my lawyer is not much help but the judge won’t even talk to me without one..

How will the court react???

I was laid off three months ago. Now I have two offers – one is local and the other would require my son and I to relocate from PA to Mass. My son and I could live on the wages of the PA job but only if I stop paying alimony.

If I have to keep paying it, then I lose money every month. The job in Mass. pays almost twice the money so we could live well on it and STILL pay alimony. I plan on sending my ex a letter explaining to her that if she is willing to give me a notarized letter saying that she no longer wants the alimony money, then we’ll stay where we are. If I don’t get the letter then we’ll have to move away.

My issue is this: eventually this letter would come to the attention of the courts. Will the courts see it as an attempt to “blackmail” the “poor little ex-wife” or will they see it for what it really is – an attempt to provide for my son and keep him closer to her. Any thoughts on how you think the court will react?