If you file for child support after the child's 18th birthday, it's too late. If you filed before the 18th birthday, you get it back to the date of filing through the 18th birthday or graduation from high school, but not later than 19th birthday. If you are in arrears on 18th birthday, it is...Read more »
It's hard to understand what you are asking. It looks like you are saying your child is age 42, the recipient died 6 years ago and the state is still garnishing your wages. You need to hire a child support attorney to review the fact and end the garnishment.
If you knew all along that the child was not yours, you have one year to Disavow. Except, if there is a biological father ready to step up, then the Filiation and Disavowal can be done at the same time after one year.
If you were mislead that the child was yours, you can still Disavow.
Her father hasn't paid for insurance or any set amount of support since 2010. My job and income have fluctuated over the last 10 years. Her father's job has been the same, but with earnings increases, bonuses, etc.
I'm an adolescent 22 year old male in FL and have been talking to a 15 year old girl in Louisiana. She's saying her parent's are verbally abusive and critical. I want to help her get out of that situation. What can I do to help her? She wants to run away to be with me but I won't let her. Is there... Read more »
I am married with 3 children and I have a child from an affair....I am the only one who works in my household. Will my bills and other 3 children and wife be taken into account when I go to court for child support on the child from the affair?
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