Can I close a child maintenance case?

Can I close a child maintenance case?

If you have a maintenance case with the CSA you will receive a letter informing you you’re your case will be closed. You will need to make an alternative arrangement and the options include a private agreement with the other parent or application to the new Child Maintenance Service (CMS) for a maintenance calculation.

How to cancel or set aside a child support order?

Click for information on presumed income orders and how to ask to cancel an order based on presumed income. Click to find out other legal reasons for setting aside a family law court order or judgment (not specific to child support cases).

How to file a motion to reopen a case?

MOTION TO/FOR RE-OPEN / REHEARING / VACATE / COMPEL (Packet #28) USE THIS PACKET IF YOU WANT TO ASK THE COURT TO DO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: 1) Set aside a Dismissal and Reopen the case, or 2) Give you a Rehearing, or 3) Vacate an order from a Hearing Officer, or 4) Compel compliance with Mandatory Disclosure.

How much does it cost to file a juvenile support motion?

A filing fee of $105.00 is required, unless you are filing your motion in a juvenile support case under Title 19, Article 6 or the motion/stipulation is being filed less than 60 days after the original decree or order is issued.

What to do if back child support is incorrect?

Motion to Re-Determine Back Child Support. If the amount of back child support is incorrect (e.g., you have not been credited for payments you made), then it can be corrected by filing a Motion with the Court. Motion to Apply Social Security Benefits against Arrears.

What do I need to do to file a motion to change child support?

You must include a summary of the legal basis for your motion, explain the reason you are filing the motion, and state what you would like the judge to order. This form is required if you are asking to change any financial orders, such as child support.

Can a judge dismiss a child support motion?

If the judge schedules a hearing for your motion, you must appear or the judge may dismiss your motion and you will continue to owe child support. If you and the other parent agree that child support should be terminated, the judge typically will not order a hearing.

When does a child support case get closed?

There are many reasons why a child support case can be closed. The usual one is that the youngest child reaches the age of 18, is no longer a full-time high school student, and no past-due balances are owed. At that time both parents are notified by the child support agency, and the case stays open for 60 days after this notification.

What to do after final child support order?

File a Motion to Go Back to Court. Parents sometimes need to come back to court after a custody case is finished to have orders changed. If you and the other parent cannot agree on how to resolve issues that come up later (such as custody, visitation, or child support), either one of you can file a motion to ask the judge to change the orders.