Mother of child has not allow me to claim child in over 4 years due to me being in rears. Court order from intial court date states I can claim child every year due to me paying over 60% of his living cost. Is it legal for mother not to allow me to claim child ?
My children's dad was permitted every other weekend visitation with me being present. We are suppose to meet at an agreed upon place for him to see them. He was also ordered 200 cs each month. Since this order in September '19 he has seen them at most 10 times since. He has also only... Read more »
The custody agreement between my children's mother and I was i get sole custody of our 3 children and she would not have to pay child support if she relinquished her rights to claim them on income tax, or use them for any kind of assistamces and herself from anything that could financially... Read more »
When I took him to court 2 years ago, he actually wanted me to go through the state for child support payments, which I did. However, I went through Louisiana, which is where I live, and he lives in Texas, which is where he moved to, after court. 2 years later he is $6,000 behind on child support.... Read more »
I know with the virus everything is crazy but my child is 18 and officially done with high school and has moved out of his mothers house. The mother claims that she is taking me back to court for more money and for me to have to pay for his college. How is this legal and how can I get my obligation... Read more »
"Done with high school", does not mean he has graduated. If he is still studying online to graduate, you are still liable for child support until he graduates, but no later than his 19th birthday. if there is a garnishment or if there are younger siblings, you will need a lawyer to end...Read more »
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,...Read more »
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