From a practical standpoint, many attorneys do not stop and think to delve deeply into the moral issues because they tend to be more focused on its use as a tool for handling court registry funds. Their immediate attention tends to be more on individual cases.
He resides in Tarrant county and we live in Taylor county. His mother would be the kind of person that will not give up custody if it means she has to give up the child support. However we need to be able to enroll him in school and get him on insurance. He does have some ADD problems and she has... Read more »
Consult with an attorney who is able to assist you in the county where the order was last pending. Explain this situation and consider modifying the order with the attorney's assistance. Good luck 888-343-4529.
My child lives with her aunt and will not be graduating high school when she turns 18. I believe she quit school. What reasons could the court order continuation of support past the age of 18 in PA? My child was diagnosed as being bi-polar and has behavioral problems due to this. Would that be... Read more »
You would have to provide proof that she is not in school. The parent would have to file request for special needs extension of child support if requesting and prove if there are special needs of child requiring extra financial needs.
If I'm 15 years old and I have a girlfriend that is also 15 years old and we had a baby and each both of us live with our parents and my girlfriend stays with the baby, and she is now 4 months and my girlfriend wants me to give her money for baby to take car eof her and we put child support and... Read more »
Whether you are a couple or not has nothing to do with supporting your child. If you are old enough to have a child, then you are old enough to take care of it. “Child support” is a legal term that describes a financial responsibility ordered by a court of Law to help with the expenses...Read more »
You would put on proof that what you’re requesting is in the best interests of the child. Sounds like you’re requesting equal visitation periods. If an order already in existence then a modification needs to be done. Let us know if we can help. 888-343-4529.
My boyfriend is a UK citizen and his wife is a us citizen. He lives in the uk, she is in Texas and they have been separated for 7 years. Can anyone help with this question. He wants to divorce but is worried she will want child maintenance payments back dated despite the Fact that the child has... Read more »
Child support is determined based on the best interest of the child. If the grandmother is the legal guardian or a conservator of the child, then there should already be an order affecting the parent child relationship. This order may include an order regarding child support. The divorce may or...Read more »
There should be a phone number of who to call on the citation. If you have not missed your court date yet, you can call the attorney general's office or the court clerk and ask if you can get the date re-set. If you've already missed your court date your options may be limited depending on how...Read more »
My wife's ex husband stopped paying CS for 4 years and I was supporting my step children. Now he is forced to pay the arrears in lump sum and is going to my wife. Can I legally force my wife to give me half of the CS?
Each state has their own rules. If the order is one that is pending in New Mexico ask an attorney licensed there. If order signed in Texas if both parties are in agreement then such can be fashioned and done. Good luck. If you need us we are willing to assist 888-353-4529.
If she knew that she was pregnant at the time of the divorce then you may be able to get off from paying child support or her asserting now that you are the father. If you need further counsel feel free to contact us at 888-343-4529.
I just got child support papers from someone I have not seen in 10 years saying that her 9 year old son is mine. There is another man on the birth certificate and pictures all over facebook with his "dad". She was also married to someone else for 4 years so he has had a father figure in his life.... Read more »
You can sign over rights. But, if it is not your child then it would be better off learning that 1st. Then you would not be responsible at all. You should get an attorney in your area to assist you with this as soon as possible. Good luck.
The mother of my kids is asking for child support now , but she’s never worked in her life and our kids are 8 and 9yrs old .. she only goes to school but has changed majors 3 times already . She’s been going to school for 8-9 years now and doesn’t let me claim kids on income tax.
Yes, she can request child support regardless of how much she makes. Child support is based on your income if she has them primarily. You should still retain an attorney to represent your rights if she does file any actions. 888-343-4529 if you need us.
We had no idea that she was dating a criminal and is now dating another guy and he has been staying over with her for about for months but we have not been able to meet him or talk to her and when we pick up or drop off our son she never comes out. What can we possibly do about that? She is also... Read more »
im currently on child support for my daughter but just recently had another child if she files for child support will the child support for my daughter decrease being that one child get 20% and 2 children gets 25% or will they both receive 20% each since they come from different mothers?
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