As with most all things, this would depend on the specific facts of what happened. This is one of those issues where to get a reliable answer you will need to have a detailed consultation with an attorney. The attorney will want to review all of the facts and also ask questions to get to the...Read more »
There is no such thing as terminating your parental rights in Oklahoma unless the child is adopted or the state terminates rights for abuse. Even when rights are terminated by the state child support is still owed unless the child is adopted.
The answer will depend on if paternity has already been established. To get to the bottom of this contact an attorney so they can review your situation and ask you questions about the background. Once an attorney has all the details they can explain your option.
Man had passed out after drinking heavily at his girlfriends house. There was a party happening in the other room. Another girl was there that was obsessed with the victim. Man is in and out of consciousness with a female that has forced herself on top of him in the dark. Other partygoers bust in... Read more »
If you are still paying current support on children that have aged out and finished high school you should be able to terminate the ongoing support obligation and set up a payment on the back support only.
If you have a visitation order you can take action to enforce. If you do not have a visitation order you need to get one. Either way hire an attorney and they will be able to help you with the process.
They were never married, no abuse except for mental abuse from her to him. They have 2 children but my husband accepts her other child as his and we have him when we have the others. Her family says she never has them, either we have them or her mother or sister do. Kids are 8, 9, and 12.
My son turned 18 in Jan, and graduated HS in May. I am still receiving the full amount that I've been receiving. I also have a 16 yr old. I was given 2 different responses from 2 different employees at CS enforcement. The NCP was told he could potentially pay more for 1 child than he pays for... Read more »
The child support order is not for two individual children, but instead is for support of all children. Therefore, just because one of the children reaches the age of majority (18 years of age and graduated from high school) it does not...Read more »
Even if your child is in college, but has not yet reached the age of 18, typically you are still obligated to pay child support until she reaches the age of 18, being the age of majority in Oklahoma. In some cases, parents have agreed to continue paying for certain activities and support related...Read more »
My ex husband has informed me that he cannot afford to pay his portion for after school care so he or his mom will be picking up the kids from school and watching them. In our decree he only has visitation 2 days a week after school and he has to pay 60% of childcare costs. He said because there... Read more »
This is a simple and complex answer at the same time. The court order is what must be enforced. If you are the sole legal custodian, then what you say goes. Plus it looks like it is written right in the order, so it really can't be unilaterally changed by him. On the other hand, if he...Read more »
My husband has a child with another woman and she is filing for child support. However, the name is incorrect that she used for him and she stated she tried to go to court for it but my husband never recieved the court order. Also, he wanted visitation rights and there was a verbal agreement but... Read more »
To get visitation all he needs to do is hire an attorney to file an action in the district court. A hearing will be set and the court can order visitation based upon what the court believes is in the best interest of the child.
Both children were relinquished a long time ago. And the child support web portal shows that i am still being charged every month. The oldest of the two children i relinquished my rights to over 2 years ago. And the youngest was last year in august. And the payment amount on both children do not... Read more »
When parental rights are terminated that terminates rights, not obligations. Child support is still paid unless/until the child is adopted. If there is an adoption that stops support. If there is not an adoption support continues.
You should have an attorney review your case so they...Read more »
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