I have a 14 year old son with my ex-wife, to whom I pay child support. We have 50/50 custody and time with him. I am remarried and have another child, 1 yr old. Because of another dependent in my household, could the amount of child support decrease? Also, my son’s mother hasn’t paid rent or... Read more »
In November of 2009 me and my sons father went to court and it was ordered he pay $260 a month in child support. For a couple of years he did but for the past 5 years or so he hasn't. Everytime I asked for it, he would make up some excuse, tell me he is broke, promise future payment but not... Read more »
The father is completely wrong. The Judgment is in force until your child turns 18 or graduates from high school but no later than 19. Before he hits 18 file for contempt and get a judgment of arrears. Then THAT judgment needs to be renewed every 10 years
Yes. File a Motion for Contempt NOW. Get a judgment against him for arrears. Then file that judgment as a lien against him personally and against any property he owns. Dont forget to renew the judgment every 10 years.
I currently receive court-ordered child support for my son. I just found out that his girlfriend is pregnant. He will be starting his senior year in high school when the baby is born. If Support Enforcement gets involved, will he have to pay child support? Will I have to pay it for him? Will this... Read more »
By being on Medicaid, State taxpayers are paying your kids' health insurance. State taxpayers want the parents to pay them back for this health insurance. You can't shut down a Support Enforcement case if you accept state or federal aid.
I live in Louisiana, I have 2 daughters from a previous marriage one is 20 years old and currently a full time student in college and the other is 18 years old and also in college. Am I required by law to continue to pay child support until my children graduate from College? I have heard that 19 is... Read more »
Following up on the post of attorney Badeaux-----in answer to your question, NO, however, I would encourage you to review the order(s)/judgment(s) in effect regarding child support and see if the language discusses termination/expiration. If it does, then follow that. If you do not agree with...Read more »
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