Can you go back to court to modify child support agreement?

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In California, I was allowed a modification every 3 years. It is just a matter of contacting the District Attorney's office or who ever has your case and requesting it. This goes for both parties.
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How do you modify your child support amount?

Answer . Hi.I went to my states DOR website and clicked on contact us.I was emailed back and the person whom emailed me said they would mail me inforamtion as i was wondering the same thing.You have to fill out a form to modify it.Hope this helps. You can either file it yourself or call a parale (MORE)

If the courts order child support can the mother go back 5 years to collect?

\n. \n Answer \n. \nYes, she can. She must make the decision before it is finalized. If the courts decide in her favor, the father can pay it up front or continue paying after the child turns 18 until it is paid off. Whether or not it is added in small parts on top of child support is another (MORE)

What does a 'petition to modify' mean in child support court?

Answer . petition to modify means you are asking the court to change a previous order, this way you can increase or lower child support, increase or lower visitation and contact, change the hours of visitation, move from state to state, or change anything previousy ordered by the court. If you (MORE)

How often can the custodial parent go back to court for additional child support?

As often as is warranted as long as it does not constitute harassment which is defined by the laws of the state where the order of support was granted.. The general rule is not more then twice within 18 months unless there are unusual circumstances, for instance if the obligated parent won the lott (MORE)

I just got child support and the father wants to get a lawyer and take it away- do I have to go back to court if they request it?

Answer Answer The child support decision will stand. Most likely the father has no leg to stand on if you have the children. His threats are just noise and a good lawyer will tell him he is unlikely to win. If and when there is a court date, you will be notified. If he does not pay, keep on the c (MORE)

Can a father go to jail for back child support?

YES!!. They do have what is now called Child Support Jail && Court.. They can keep you locked up for a certain amount of time. Like paying for a ticket by going to jail for a couple days.. Or they also help you find a job so that you can start paying for child support. But they will automatically (MORE)

How do you write a child support agreement?

You seek the advice of a professional such as a mediator or attorney who specializes in family law issues since they have the legal background and expertise to consider all the factors that should be addressed.

Can a parent refuse child support then go to court and ask for back child support?

No. Most judges will only collect the child support due at the time that you filed for Child Support so if you filed a case with child support on June 2008 and then got it finalized July of 2009 you would only get from the date that child support was filed, no more and no less. That is the only ba (MORE)

Would Under child support laws in NY can the custodial parent tell the noncustodial parent they do not want child support from them and then go to court and ask for back child support?

Probably not. This is in most states. I went through this as well. I started my divorce a year later and well lost a year of child support thinking i had to start the divorce before I started the child support. So no if you refused the child support in the first place there is no back owed, (MORE)

What if she dont want to file the notarized child support agreement with courts?

the non custodial parent should always cover his / her back any support you pay pay it in a money order or pay it by check. always have proof or better yet a paper trail of what you are paying. in court custodial and non custodial parents play the word game, his work against her's. you need to proov (MORE)

How many years can you go back for child support?

2-18 years, depending on the state, but a growning number of judges are taking the stance of Judge David Grey Ross, Commissioner of the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement in opposing the practice.

How long back courts go if no child support has been paid?

Depending on the state, retroactive orders are 2-18 years, but Judge David Grey Ross, Commissioner of the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement opposes the program, and a growing number of family court judges are following suit. The existence of the law does allow female pedophiles, who wer (MORE)

Should we have to legally modify our parenting and Child support agreements if we both agree?

not technically... a parenting & child agreement is just a guideline, but remember if you verbally agree on something & the other parents changes their mind you cant hold them to it. Also once you do something outside of your parenting plan you, in a way, void it. Then if the other parent decides to (MORE)

Is there a law that says you have to go to court to pay child support?

I suppose the parents could agree on child support without going to court; however, I would counsel against it. From the obligee's perspective, such an agreement is probably not enforceable, and as for the obligor, such an agreement would not preclude the obligee from going to court later.

What can you expect when you go to court for child support?

You should expect to be required to support your child financially. Most states have very strict guidelines that even the judge is required to adhere to. Every case is different, but you should be prepared to show proof of (or lack of) income, at a minimum. The judge will evaluate the income of both (MORE)

Do you have to go back to court once the child graduates?

If there is a child support order in place, and your child is now an adult and has completed their education, then yes. You can have the order modified to stop child support as the child no longer meets the requirements of child support

Can mother get back support after child turns 18 there was no court order for child support?

This is dependent on specific state laws on retroactive child support orders. Wisconsin does not allow them, while Ohio allows for filings up to age 23 of the child, for 18 years retroactive. The standard for most states is age 18 for five years retroactive. All such orders are dependent on the appr (MORE)

Can you sue for back child support in civil court?

Your local family (civil) court is where you must file for child support arrears. If there is a child support order you must return to that court to file a contempt of court order. Your local family (civil) court is where you must file for child support arrears. If there is a child support order yo (MORE)

Can you sue for back child support that is not court ordered?

No. You must establish the arrears by virtue of a court order and non-payment of the court ordered child support. No. You must establish the arrears by virtue of a court order and non-payment of the court ordered child support. No. You must establish the arrears by virtue of a court order and non- (MORE)

Can you drop a court ordered back child support?

After going through all you did to get the back child support ordered by the court, it is best to let it go through. There's plenty of things you had to do without the money and you can fund an emergency fund, a college fund or your retirement.

Can child support decree be modified?

Yes, if there is a significant change in circumstances. Yes, if there is a significant change in circumstances. Yes, if there is a significant change in circumstances. Yes, if there is a significant change in circumstances.

Can father go back after closing the case for child support after 4 years and reopen it and the mother pay all back child support when we came to agreements?

Yes, he can. If the father was the sole supporter of the child(ren) for 4 years without any contribution from the mother, the mother is responsible for her share of this time. Furthermore, any agreement and, in most states needs to be approved by a judge. In some cases the judge may decide that the (MORE)

Can you go to school overseas if you owe back child support?

It depends upon the circumstances, the main one being if the interested party is eligible for a passport. If the person owes more then $2,500 he or she will not be granted passport privileges. There are other factors as well, such as any outstanding warrants for not complying to court ordered suppor (MORE)