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    CP is in TN. NCP is in VA.

    Because CP is on public assistance, the child support division has requested a review of income (shared income based). The letter is dated April 11 and we have 20 days to return an answer. That would be May 1st.

    On August 1st, NCP will be retired from the military. He is outprocessing right now. He will receive $1700/month in military retirement of which CP will be receiving half. VA disability is still being reviewed, but CP hopes to recieve approx. $1000/month. So for NCP - that's $850 (retire) and $1000 (VA) a total of $1850/month. NCP also plans to apply for SSD due to heart issues and memory loss. NCP pays $1100/month right now, which will leave him $750/month to live off of. If you deduct medical co-pays it leaves him with less.

    It takes 3-6 months to review the CS REVIEW. In light of that, should NCP get a letter from the Air Force that states his income beginning Aug 1? That will be three months from the date of this reporting.

    Any help is appreciated.
    Last edited by jema07; 04-18-2008, 09:03 AM.

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    Originally posted by jema07 View Post
    CP is in TN. NCP is in VA.

    Because CP is on public assistance, the child support division has requested a review of income (shared income based). The letter is dated April 11 and we have 20 days to return an answer. That would be May 1st.

    On August 1st, NCP will be retired from the military. He is outprocessing right now. He will receive $1700/month in military retirement of which CP will be receiving half. VA disability is still being reviewed, but CP hopes to recieve approx. $1000/month. So for NCP - that's $850 (retire) and $1000 (VA) a total of $1850/month. NCP also plans to apply for SSD due to heart issues and memory loss. NCP pays $1100/month right now, which will leave him $750/month to live off of. If you deduct medical co-pays it leaves him with less.

    It takes 3-6 months to review the CS REVIEW. In light of that, should NCP get a letter from the Air Force that states his income beginning Aug 1? That will be three months from the date of this reporting.

    Any help is appreciated.
    NCP needs to produce all documents that show current income, and definate future income. If he does that now, there shouldn't be too much of a problem in Aug. All he'll need to do in Aug is to remind the CSE that his income has now changed.

    For both the NCP's sake and his child(rens)' sakes I sure hope that he recieves SSDI soon, because less than $750 per month income is going to make it extremely difficult to have quality parenting time.

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    • #3
      Thank you. We'll show both current and proof of future.

      NCP doesn't get to see his children much anymore. CP moved 9 hours away while NCP was on military orders. CP started interfering with NCP's time with the children last Christmas (after he remarried). Now, the oldest SK's emotional problems have increased. She's been put in an home-in multisystematic therapy to keep her out of residental treatment. The doctors have asked NCP to understand that him taking her for visitation will interfere with her therapy. NCP misses his children very much.

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      • #4
        Jema

        I know this is not the question that you asked..... but, since I am step mom to a very disturbed young lady who went through a very traumatic youth... and very nearly missed residential treatment, I want to offer some advice to the NCP about his daughter.

        Have him contact the psychiatrist & counselors DIRECTLY and correspond with them, about her treatment, her diagnosis and her care. Ask him to research and learn about her diagnosis' as much as possible, and keep close tabs on what is going on - stay informed about the details - this can be done through phone calls and emails.

        My husband never realized that he had the right to talk to his daughters doctors and be involved (he was military & lived far away from her also).

        If the children are under 5 yrs old, attachment & bonding issues may be involved in therapy (especially with NCP's military status & mom moving) - if thats the case, NCP should learn all he can about treatment options & therapy.

        Knowledge of these things may become important in future legal matters concerning the kids.

        God Bless!
        Amy

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