The father don’t volunteer to do nothing for child skips months without paying child support. Backup on child support. Had baby out of wedlock. Never been married, and father mad cause I said child couldn’t go on a family vacation so he want to take me to court, but haven’t did anything.
My ex husband and I have joint custody. Our daughter 16 (he adopted her at 2), hasn't had contact for 2 1/2 years. He hasn't payed child support at all. She was being treated very badly, and starting having issues, even had to have counseling..I tried to communicate and discuss it but... Read more »
Partner I had was arguing with me at end of June in front of my children. So I left the residence with my children and asked my Ex husband to come and get them. This past Friday I was served with summons and have no visitation privilege's until hearing. How do I answer the summons and false... Read more »
I am on disability and have been paying what I can on my child support arrearage but it is less than what the order is for. Is there a way to get the monthly payment reduced? Not the total arrearage amount owed, just how much I have to pay every month.
GTMA IRREVOCABLE TRUST BREACH OF FIDICUARY DUTY BY FATHER WHO IS FORMER TRUSTEE AND had WITHHELD 7200$ of FUNDS FROM me after transfer of trustee role JANUARY 9, 2019. im disabled and it is my childs survivor benefit lump payment. I REPORTED EACH MONTH MISSING and several times to inspector... Read more »
My Mother files her as a dependent but does not legally have power of attorney over her. I am home most of the time with her and help take care of her with cooking and changing while my mom and dad work.
Child support typically ends at 18 or when they are finished with high school. She’s no longer a child, so unless there is some reason in your order that you have to keep paying it then you should be able to no longer do so. You may want to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of...Read more »
I called dfcs for assistance and explained how I had nothing and nobody to help me after losing my car and having to quit my job no daycare choices for my hours. Mentally I became worse the more they tries to "help" to where I responded I rather die before you continue embarrassing me.... Read more »
It does sound like you have a lot going on. You should consult with an attorney who can review the case in detail and provide you with guidance. If you can’t afford an attorney try contacting Legal Aid to see if you qualify for assistance.
Yes, she can seek child support. There will be a DNA test done to prove the person is the father. If he is found to be the biological father then he will likely be ordered to pay child support. She should consult with an attorney who can help with the process.
I'm a single mother with 3 children. Their father has been incarcerated since 2015. He is serving a sentence of life without parole. I have not been able to find any information about programs that might provide any kind of financial support.
Depending on your income, you may be able to qualify for some federally funded assistance programs. You can find information about them here. Some allow you to apply online. If you are approved you can get financial help in the form of cash, help purchasing food, health insurance, and more....Read more »
Once a child is legally emancipated, he or she will be expected to provide for themselves. In fact, before approving emancipation, a court will determine whether the minor has the ability to take care for themselves. This is just one of many factors the Court will take into consideration.
I had my baby when I was still a minor and we’re not nor ever were married. He didn’t wanna sign the birth certificate since the baby didn’t get his last name so he’s not even on his certificate. He barley sees him and doesn’t contribute towards him at all. As of now it’s just taking... Read more »
Based on the limited facts provided, it appears the biological father has not legitimized his relationship with the child (i.e. the biological father has not taken the necessary legal steps to be considered the legal father). If that is the case, you would have sole legal and physical custody of...Read more »
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