Never married. Child’s father lives in different state. Does not help financially so I’m filing for child support. If I file will he have visitation rights in his state? He’s the non custodial parent , will I have to file for full custody of our child even considering he barely sees the child... Read more »
I do not have a order of withholding. I am self-employed and use the Smart ePay website to make monthly payments. I have no arrears. Everything I have found so far tells me to file a petition to terminate the order of withholding, which doesn't exist. I haven't found anything referring to... Read more »
Due to TN state law insisting child was mine. I got her a divorce and married her and provided her with paperwork to change child's name to mine. She did not do this till years later after we divorced and I had even remarried. Then she took my rights from me and had her 4th husband adopt child... Read more »
Money is automatically withdrawn from his paycheck. My son turned 18 in April. I emailed my ex to say he was no longer responsible to pay me child support for our son. The money continues to be paid to me.
Since 2009 been paying 800.00 monthly. Currently live and work in Florida. Court order allowed me to communicate with my son but mother never answered phone and the changed number. Preventing me to build a father and son relationship. All these years lost. Would like to terminate child support.... Read more »
My mother has been getting child support for me for years. My father still has quite a bit of back pay remaining. I no longer live with my mother, am over 18. She still has the card that the child support money is deposited on and is using it for her own needs. Even when I was living with her she... Read more »
I cannot tell you that it is impossible to do what you are asking; however, I can tell you that I have not seen it happen in the 20+ years that I have been practicing. MDHS is going to assume that your mother used her funds to support you during your minority; therefore, the arrearage amount is...Read more »
If the CP still lives in Georgia, the Georgia order remains in tact. The GA CS order can be enforced in the new state. the orders cannot be modified anywhere other than Georgia as long as the CP still lives in Georgia.
When we were together she worked. We have three children together. We both have a child support court date coming up. Will they only consider my income, as she’s not working. Or will they consider her last employment and or husbands income as he supports her?
Just found out that the kids I’ve been raising for 10 years are not mine. My ex wife and I got divorced around 6 years ago and since than I’ve been painting child support. Do I still need to pay if the kids are not mine? Can I get some refund or compensation for all those years?
On 8/13/21, I was served a Petition to modify child support. My response needed to be filed & served via certified mail by 9/2 (20 days after). My Ex lives 5 hrs away in a county which does not have E-filing, therefore all court documents need to be filed in person or via mail.
In 2019, my ex-partner had a baby and I found out by a at home paternity test in Feb 2020 that I am not the biological father. I haven't had contact with the child nor the mother since Feb 2020, now I want to remove my name from the birth certificate.
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