Monday, 9 January 2017

Court Register of Action/Court Entries/Economic TORTS/History of Domestic Violence/Intentional Torts

OCSE provides program requirements, program information, policy guidance, and program instructions using several types of documents. Action Transmittal (AT) describes actions that programs must take to comply with new and amended federal laws (available from 1975) Dear Colleague Letter (DCL) conveys general information on program activities (available from 1989) Information Memorandum (IM) provides information on program practices that may be useful for program improvement (available from 1989) Policy Interpretation Question (PIQ) responds formally to policy inquiries (available from 1999) International Policy transmits guidance on international child support (available from 1993) Tribal Policy provides guidance on tribal child support (available from 1995)





Case Number:


482002DR050423XXXXXX
Docket 02-83719 PACSES Case ID 047104532
Florida case number 020050423
1143191595
Philadelphia register case

1997- The Indiana case (0000743923; 53 C07-9704-JP-00189) was heard and finaled as of October of 1997.

Clerk of the Family Court
Domestic Relations Division
1133 Chestnut St.
Philadelphia , PA    19107




Ms. Sheila Shaw
Plaintiff,
Vs.
Jimmy Lee Coleman, Jr.
Respondent


Docket 02-83719
PACSES Case ID 047104532

Litigants
             

SHAW, SHEILA J vs COLEMAN, JIMMIE L

Docket
             

PACSES Case Id
             

County

02-83719
             

047104532
             

Philadelphia

Records 1-20 of 56 Docket Entries
Previous20 Next20
No.              DATE              DOCKET DESCRIPTION
1               12/19/2008               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
2               12/19/2008               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
3               10/06/2008               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
4               08/27/2008               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
5               08/18/2008               GENERIC ORDER.
6               07/30/2008               ORDER EMPLOYER TO TERMINATE INCOME ATTACHMENT
7               07/08/2008               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
8               07/02/2008               GENERIC ORDER.
9               07/01/2008               CONTEMPT ORDER FINAL
10               05/08/2008               CONTEMPT PETITION ISSUED AGAINST THE DEFENDANT
11               01/02/2008               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
12               11/29/2007               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
13               08/09/2007               GENERIC ORDER.
14               08/09/2007               CONTEMPT ORDER FINAL
15               03/28/2007               CONTEMPT ORDER FINAL
16               03/28/2007               GENERIC ORDER.
17               12/29/2006               GENERIC ORDER.
18               11/10/2006               ORDER TO APPEAR AT A MOD CONFERENCE - DEF/PETITIONER
19               11/10/2006               MODIFICATION PETITION - DEFENDANT ATTORNEY FILED
20               11/09/2006               CONTEMPT ORDER FINAL

I am requesting a transcript of activity on this case inclusive of all modifications to the order registered on June 13th, 2003.  I recently
requested a modification hearing, modification of the child support order which has been made prior to date several times by correspondence to the court, and the OCSE office.  The modification request is inclusive of the Plaintiffs  request of review of the registered order originally issued in the state of Indiana.  The Indiana order was dated April 15th, 1998 after
a petition for support was submitted to the court for child support whereas the Respondent and the Plaintiff separated and ended a cohabitation of more than seven years.  Contingent on cohabitation and premarital engagement, there was no order for the first six years of the minors life, the absent order and prior expenses should have been reviewed in the initial order retroactively.   The registered order in PA as of June 13th, 2003 also did not include in retroactive period prior to 1998, rather the order included arrearages to be paid due noncompliance of the Indiana child support order.

The State of Pennsylvania's enforcement tactics including mandatory Freeze and Seizure which goes into action after you are 1 month; 30 days in arrears on the current support.
Federal Law allows a 55% garnishment of your wages which is in accordance to the Consumer Credit Protection Act if there is a Child Support Case under the state jurisdiction and Federal CAC statutes that are reviewed by the Federal Bureau of Investigations Program Crimes Unit.
Wage Garnishment rules taken directly from federal law; Title 15, Chapter 41, Subchapter II.

(EFT transfer ( subject to the Expedited Funds Availability Act) the state of PA sent payment on the 13th day of July, 2006.)


Litigants
             

SHAW, SHEILA J vs COLEMAN, JIMMIE L

Docket
             

PACSES Case Id
             

County

02-83719
             

047104532
             

Philadelphia

Records 1-20 of 56 Docket Entries
Previous20 Next20
No.              DATE              DOCKET DESCRIPTION
1               12/19/2008               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
2               12/19/2008               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT



Mon, 10 Mar 2008 13:00:27 -0700 (PDT)
From: nine09digits@yahoo.com  View Contact Details   Add Mobile Alert
Subject: Fwd: Re: Fwd: accessing case record identification number, compelled use of a ssn number
To: "Fred Ray" <rayf@dor.state.fl.us>
CC: "Health Services" <HHSTips@oig.hhs.gov>
    I recently received a letter dated 02//26/2008
case number 1143191595
whereas the letter uses in error interchangably "updated" and "modified".  The letter states that my case was last updated regarding a modification request on 06/27/2006. This information is incorrect.  No modification has been made in this IVD interstate case since 06/13/2003 when the case was domiciled in Phila, Pennslyvania.
I am requested this error be corrected in addition to the removal of the ssn number from this record.

DOMESTIC RELATIONS (TITLE 23)
INTRASTATE FAMILY SUPPORT
CHAPTER 76. ENFORCEMENT AND MODIFICATION OF SUPPORT ORDER AFTER REGISTRATION
SUBCHAPTER C. REGISTRATION AND MODIFICATION OF CHILD SUPPORT ORDER

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Sheila Shaw <sdynastysheila@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, May 17, 2008 at 9:14 AM
Subject: § 7611. Modification of child support order of another state.
To: nine09digits@yahoo.com


§ 7611. Modification of child support order of another state.
(a) Authority.--After a child support order issued in another state has been registered in this State, the responding tribunal of this State may modify that order only if, after notice and hearing, it finds any of the following:

   1. The following requirements are met:
         1. the child, the individual obligee and the obligor do not reside in the issuing state;
         2. a petitioner who is a nonresident of this State seeks modification; and
         3. the respondent is subject to the personal jurisdiction of the tribunal of this State.

An individual party or the child is subject to the personal jurisdiction of the tribunal and all of the individual parties have filed a written consent in the issuing tribunal providing that a tribunal of this State may modify the support order and assume continuing, exclusive jurisdiction over the order.
(b) General rule.--Modification of a registered child support order is subject to the same requirements, procedures and defenses that apply to the modification of an order issued by a tribunal of this State; and the order may be enforced and satisfied in the same manner.
(c) Restriction.--A tribunal of this State may not modify any aspect of a child support order that may not be modified under the law of the issuing state.
(d) Continuing, exclusive jurisdiction.--On issuance of an order modifying a child support order issued in another state, a tribunal of this State becomes the tribunal of continuing, exclusive jurisdiction.
(e) Filing.--Within 30 days after issuance of a modified child support order, the party obtaining the modification shall file a certified copy of the order with the issuing tribunal which had continuing, exclusive jurisdiction over the earlier order and in each tribunal in which the party knows that earlier order has been registered.


Motion For Counsel Fees

Plaintiff, Ms Sheila Shaw, petitions for a Motion For Counsel Fees in that Respondent does not voluntary comply with the order of child support and the Plaintiff has to continually seek a contempt of court order against the Respondent, Jimmy Lee Coleman, Jr. for enforcement of the order involving legal research and costs to forward to the court.



Ms. Sheila Shaw

Plaintiff/Petitioner


cc: prior document sent to the Clerk of the Court, DRCSC


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Financial Services Unit Docket 02-83719 PACSES Case ID 047104532
Wednesday, March 2, 2005 2:41 AM
From:
"Sheila Shaw" <nine09digits@yahoo.com>
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To:
"Clerk of Family Court" <DRCSC@COURTS.PHILA.GOV>

Ms. Sheila Shaw

5924 Park Hamilton Blvd. 191

Orlando, Florida 32808

FINANCIAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT
46 S. 11th Street – Suite 400

FINANCIAL SERVICES – Suite 400
46 S. 11th Street
Philadelphia, PA   19107
Telephone:  (215) 686-8950
Fax: (215) 686-8953



Duplicate letter in these regards:



ENFORCEMENT UNIT
Room 314

Deborah Barnes, Supervisor
Enforcement Unit – Room 314
34 S. 11th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Telephone: (215) 686-9393
(215) 686-4017 (Bank Account Seizure only)
Fax: (215) 686-3826
E-Mail: tactical@phillychildsupport.com (IRS, Driver License, Credit Bureau, etc.)
fidm@phillychildsupport.com (Bank Account Seizure ONLY)





March 02, 2005

RE: Payment for the month of January 2005 was erroneously forwarded to another state other than the state the plaintiff resides in and retained in the state of Indiana.

The following text describes the error to case and plaintiff requests that payments be forwarded as the order is indicative of to Florida State Disbursement Unit on behalf of

Sheila Shaw, until the IV-D case in Florida is closed which would fascilitate a direct payment generating from the clerk of court(s).





(Indiana case number 0000743923)

Respondent owes past due support/back support and arrearages at this time

Plaintiff does not residen in Indiana nor does Plaintiff receive Title IV state advancements

at this time(State Form 34882 (R6/12-92) DFC Form 425A)

which would agree to the State of Indiana to retain current child support payments being forwarded to the state of Florida from the state of Pennsylvania.

Payments for the month of January 2005 were intercepted by the state of Indiana in error accordingly to statute. An of audit of this request is being made to the state of Indiana Department of Revenue to request the appropiate Florida Department of Revenue payment history that illustrates past due support owed and arrearage owed to the recipient and Plaintiff in this case, Ms. Sheila Shaw.

I am requesting the retained check for the month of January 2005 be release or forwarded at this time.

Ms. Sheila Shaw

cc:

letter to prosecutor, originating county and state of the child support order
Title 42 sections 654, 657, 666 collection, disbursement and state programs affiliated with child support payments citation

State of Pennsylvania payment history and proof of past due support owed, arrearages owed in this case

CHILD SUPPORT BUREAU

Division of Family & Children

402 W. Washington St., Rom W360

Indianapolis, IN 46204



Indiana Child Support Bureau
State Central Collection Unit
PO Box 6219
Indianapolis, Indiana 46206-6219



Department of Revenue
100 N Senate Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Indianapolis Downtown (Main Office)
Indiana Government Center North, Rm. N105
100 N. Senate Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 232-2240

letter to prosecutor

Carl Salzman
Monroe County Prosecutor
238 West Seventh St.
Bloomington, Indiana 47404

812-349-2045 fascimile

February 22, 2205


RE: your audit casw number 0000743923

I have received a letter from your office regarding an originating child support order out of Indiana, 53 C07-9704-JP-00189
closure intent notice. This case has been registered as an IV-D case, Interstate Case through the Department of Revenue, the government office which holds the records from Indiana and Pennsylvania which illustrate the payment history and all lapses thereof Mr. Jimmy Lee Coleman, Jr. that substantiate the plaintiff's claim to date. The respondent in this case has periodically lapsed in child support payment surmounting over 172 weeks of absent, delinquent or missed payments. Furthermore, the Plaintiff, Ms. Sheila Shaw is entitled to collect all and any payments made at this time due the amount of past due child support, owed arrearages and interest, penalties and statutory punitive damage, and legal costs thereof in collection activities. I am amending this letter with the US Code citations and documentation from the Administration for Children and Families the government entity that publishs and maintains records of government law applicable to child support collection and payments. I am requesting that you make the necessary corrections to record of this case.

Sincerely,
Ms. Sheila Shaw

cc: Registered Order -Child Support Order
Administration for Children and Families Website
Administration for Child Support Enforcement
US Code Title 42 Sect.(s) 654, 666, and Sect 667 Child Support, Child Support Collection and Disbursement, Advance
Payment Program through the State Program Enforcement, Collection, Disbursement and Repayment, Family First
Statute

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Docket 02-83719
PACSES Case ID 047104532
County Philadelphia
Litigants SHAW , SHEILA J vs COLEMAN , JIMMY L



Previous20 Next20
No. DATE DOCKET DESCRIPTION
1 01/21/2005 GENERIC ORDER.
2 01/13/2005 GENERIC ORDER.
3 09/22/2004 CONTEMPT ORDER FINAL
4 09/22/2004 GENERIC ORDER.
5 09/22/2004 GENERIC ORDER.
6 09/22/2004 GENERIC ORDER.
7 08/16/2004 CONTEMPT PETITION ISSUED AGAINST THE DEFENDANT
8 07/22/2004 ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
9 07/22/2004 ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
10 04/29/2004 GENERIC ORDER.
11 04/28/2004 CONTEMPT ORDER FINAL
12 04/28/2004 GENERIC ORDER.
13 04/05/2004 CONTEMPT PETITION ISSUED AGAINST THE DEFENDANT
14 03/08/2004 GENERIC ORDER.
15 01/22/2004 FINAL ORDER - PETITION TO MODIFY WITHDRAWN- DISMISSED
16 12/22/2003 MODIFICATION PETITION - PRO SE FILED - PLAINTIFF
17 12/22/2003 ORDER TO APPEAR AT A MOD CONFERENCE - DEF/RESPONDENT
18 12/22/2003 ORDER TO APPEAR AT A MOD CONFERENCE - PLT/PETITIONER
19 10/15/2003 GENERIC ORDER.
20 06/13/2003 GENERIC ORDER.

Sheila Shaw



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