Saturday, January 17, 2015

Are temporary orders of support in regards to child support and maintenance usally be perminent once the judge rules in trial?

Q:  I was just curious what the liklyhood that the temp. order of child support and maintence can be reduced? also if they requested i pay lawyers fees and the judge just ordered 12.5% of thair request in the temp order, would that same trend of 12.5% follow once the judge rules in trial for any additional lawyers fees the other side may request?

A:  David's Answer:  Let's put it this way, the side who wants a change in the temporary order must ultimately prove that change at trial. Thus, they must develop a basis for the change thru the process of disclosure. If they don't, then the Judge will most likely stick to something close to the temporary order. Schedule a consult with a Rockland/Westchester Child Support attorney.   -- David Bliven, Westchester Child Support attorney (

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