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it really depends on whether or not there was a court order stating to do so or it could depend on an agreement between the parents. often it could be arranged that the father pays child support an then half of agreed things. eg, the starting school fee an school fees stationary, uniforms, medical aid etc. like i said it depends on the court or an agreement between the parents
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You pay child support every month plus buy school clothes pay for sports and more and your ex thinks you need to pay her child support plus split all expenses with her such as school lunch school fees?

Answer . It depends on the State that you are in because every state has its own autonomy, meaning, they set their own laws in areas not affected by the US Constitution. Child support is to cover all the common living expenses. Unless it is an out of the norm expense, and you have joint noncus (MORE)

If you stopped paying child support when your child graduated can the child start back to school and have the mother do a modification to restart child support 2 yrs later to pay for the schooling?

You must check with your lawyer and local laws but generally when a child turns of age of majority child support payments stop and if they are not age of majority and not attending school it can be stopped as well. You should really check into this as it sounds as though you may be getting taken for (MORE)

How much does the father have to pay in child support?

When the parents get divorced, the judge will usually set up an amount based on the father's income, and (depending on the state the father lives in) the parenting plan set forth through the courts based on how much time the mother has the child(ren). So, make sure that you get the most time possibl (MORE)

Do fathers have to pay child support?

Yes, when either the mother or the state department of revenue files a complaint for child support against him. The court will issue an order that can include back support.

What is the lowest that a father has to pay in child support?

It depends on how much money you make. You might have to pay $50 a month for one child - but if you make good money it could be $150 or more. Most men pay around $80 for one - that's only $20 a week.. Ask again, and tell us how many kids & the state you live in.

What age do fathers pay child support to?

degree says 18 my son is now 19 and going to college. Will i ever be done paying unreasonable child support not to mention fathers consutional rights have been repeatedly violated!!!!!!!!!!!

Why should fathers pay child support?

A father is responsible for creating the child and therefore he is responsible for supporting it. It is difficult to imagine who else should be financially responsible.

If you are not the father do you need to pay child support?

If you are not the child's parent (biological or adoptive), you should not be paying support. . This fully depends on the circumstances. If you were married at the time of the birth, you can. There's current a New York case where an ex-husband pays child support to the mother whose now married to t (MORE)

What do you do if the father doesn't pay child support?

I suggest that you contact your State's child support agency. When you get an interview with them, bring all the papers relating to your child support: birth certificates, acknowledgments of paternity, court orders, payment records, etc. Be polite but persistent. Good luck!

What rights does a father have if he pays child support?

If a father is under a child support order that means his paternity has been established. He should request a visitation schedule as well. It should have been made part of the original hearing. He has the right to petition the court for joint custody and visitation rights. He should consult with an (MORE)

How can I get the baby's father to pay for child support?

Visit your local family court and ask how to get your claim started. You can request a paternity test to confirm his paternity and then the court can establish a support order. There should be an advocate available at the court who can explain the process for you and help you file the necessary form (MORE)

How much child support do fathers pay?

In general (for both fathers and mothers), child support is a percentage of net income. In Illinois, for example, it's 20% of net income for one child, 25% for two, etc. Income is almost anything, including overtime, unemployment benefits and workers compensation, but not welfare payments or SSI. (MORE)

Can a father agree NOT to pay child support?

Yes, however he should not as he is setting himself up to be defrauded later of substantial amounts of money by an unscrupulous mother. She could later nail him for tens and even hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Do you have to pay child support if you are in school?

Yes, you must still pay child support, even if you're enrolled in school. If your income is reduced, or if you have no income, you may petition the court to reduce the amount you are required to pay; however, keep in mind that until you do, the arrears will continue to accrue at the current rate.

How much does a father have to pay in child support?

In the US, in general, child support is a percentage of net income. In Illinois, for example, it's 20% of net income for one child, 25% for two, etc. Income is almost anything, including overtime, unemployment benefits and workers compensation, but not welfare payments or SSI.

Does incarcerated fathers pay child support?

Incarceration does not automatically relieve one of paying support that's due under any order that was in effect at the time of the obligor's incarceration. In such a case, the incarcerated parent should petition the court to terminated/suspend the obligation. Because support is based on ones income (MORE)

Does the father have to pay child support if the child lives on their own?

Usually it deppends on the state that you live in and their laws. In the state that i live in, at the age of 17 the child can move out of the families household and the parents still have to pay for the child's living. that is only if the parents sign a paper so that the child is legally responsible (MORE)

What if father refuses to pay child support?

If there is a court order for him to pay child support, the best thing to do is report his delinquent payments to your local Department of Human Services. They will work to collect the money he owes.

When does the biological father not have to pay child support?

In general, child support ends when: the obligor has legal custody of the child; the child is deceased; the child has been adopted; the child is emancipated (i.e., self-sufficient); the child has attained majority (varies by State but generally age 18-21) - however, support may continue into adultho (MORE)

What does a father have to do to not pay child support in georgia?

In general, to terminate child support, you need to show the court that: you have custody of the child; the child is deceased; the child has been adopted; the child is emancipated; the child has attained majority; and/or you have no income other than public assistance; AND, you do not owe any past-d (MORE)

Can the state pay child support if the father will not?

The state does not pay child support. However if you require public assistance the state will automatically go after child support, and even if you do not require public assistance you can file for help with the Office of Child Support and often their services are free. The father may not pay volunt (MORE)

Does a father have to pay child support to a guardian?

The father is ordered to pay child support to the department in charge of support payment disbursements in their state of residence. If a person assumes legal guardianship of a child, they may apply for modification in how those payments are disbursed if they aren't already collecting them or the or (MORE)

What if a father pays child support and the child is not his?

If the man signed the birth certificate knowing he was not the father he may be held responsible for providing child support until the child is eighteen in many states. If he did not sign the birth certificate it is unusual that he is paying child support. If he failed to request a DNA test at the (MORE)

Did Obama's father pay child support?

Based on what has been written by credible sources, it does not appear that Barack Sr. contributed child support to his young son; but more important, he did not keep in touch, nor even visit, except for one time.

What percentage of fathers pay their child support?

According to most recent United States census data, 68% of fathers with child support responsibilities meet them as compared to 57% of mothers. So actually, the percentage of "deadbeat moms" is higher than "deadbeat dads". However, fewer mothers are non-custodial parents, not that this fact affects (MORE)

If the father is on disability does he have to pay child support?

Short answer is if THE NON-CUSTODIAL parent receives Social Security Disability Insurance ((yes )) RE: AUXILIARY BENEFITS ~~~ BUT ~~~ But if NON-CUSTODIAL parent only get Supplemental Security Income pays benefits based on financial need... Then the Answer is no , NOT AT ALL... Califor (MORE)