I assume you are asking about an Alabama matter. You execute a sworn to affidavit when you put down how much work related daycare is being paid. This is widely abused, with made up numbers provided by day care workers who are actually family members and a host of other problems. If you are paying...Read more »
Hello. Some people use a life insurance policy to fulfill financial obligations. You can attempt to sue his estate as a creditor, if an estate has been opened. Or, try to get SSI benefits on behalf of your child. Sorry for your loss and best of luck.
Father has never helped or tried to meet son.His name isnt on birth certificate.I gave birth in TN but have been living in Ala. Trying to figure out how to get paternity testing or acknowledgment of paternity form and in which state should i file?
He was ordered to pay child support back in October, but has only paid one month so far. He keeps giving the court the wrong names of his employers on purpose to avoid payroll withholding. He only makes token attempts to talk to our son for only two minutes at a time every night. He calls at the... Read more »
His ex wife gives him hell about their son he pays child support every month and we have him (by papers) every other weekend and every Wednesday. My bf works swing shift so on the Wednesday’s he is at work he’s not here. When he is on days we have him after school until as late at 10pm on... Read more »
Hello. They are not married so when mom moves out after the breakup, she needs child support either via private attorney action or her filing it via DHR. Custody only becomes an issue before the court if dad makes it one. Best of luck!
A petition to terminate your parental rights must be filed in the juvenile court. You would then file a consent. Be aware that such a termination does not make your back child support go away. Also, if the court believes that you just want to sign these rights away so you can avoid supporting the...Read more »
not done through payroll deduction so payments weren’t always consistent or correct. He wrote up an agreement that we would do visitation on a week to week basis vs him getting them every other weekend. Thus, him no longer paying child support but providing for the kids on the weeks they were... Read more »
Hello. An attorney would need to see the Court order and then any subsequent agreements made between the two of you. It is impossible to know the validity of any additional agreements without reading everything. Regardless, contempt and modification are always available as options to clear the air...Read more »
She and the 2 kids moved in with her grandmother. She went to DHR and filed for child support and when she did he told her he was going to take the kids from her and she would never see them again. She is afraid now to let them go visit him in fear of him not giving them back to her. He smokes weed... Read more »
Hello. Getting child support is a default award of custody in Alabama. She should be asking her case worker what all DHR will or will not help her with in terms of what to file for in this situation. If he files for custody, then she will need an attorney to handle the custody aspect of the case...Read more »
Hello, you asked your question in the Alabama forum, but it appears you are in Miami, FL. Regardless, where ever you are located, seek out a legal services office, or other pro bono/income based program in your area. Thanks for the question and good luck!
Hello, child support stops at age 19 in Alabama, unless you agreed to extend it, or a child is disabled and in need of continued support. Mom does not have an obligation to update her income. If she's working and you believe it is more than a 10% change from when CS was last calculated, it is up to...Read more »
She has blatantly stated she wants nothing to do with me and has refused to come for my court ordered visitation weekends. I have 3 others that visit regularly but she refuses saying she hate me. Can I stop child support on her considering she wants nothing to do with me?
Hello. No, the rules do not contemplate stopping child support for this reason. Unless there is a safety issue, your 10 year old child does not get to decide who she does or does not want to be with or visit. There are several ways to handle this issue legally, but if you've not talked to mom about...Read more »
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