What would you like to do?
Call child abuse hotline to report what you know about the ones that are already here and let them know that she has another on the way. They may be able to help her to see that she needs some type of permanent birth control. How sad that this person thinks its ok to keep bringing kids in the world that she has no way of or trys to take care of. YOu cant be the only person around her that thinks this, see if you can get a group of people around that she knows to give her a reality check. SOunds like she keeps having kids to collect that welfare check......SAD Answer Unfortunately you cannot. All you can do is offer to adopt the child when it is born.
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Answer You have to go to court and have a judge do it.
For unwed parents how easy is it for the mother to get sole custody of her child when the father owes about 30000 grand in back child support for 2 other children from 2 previous marriages?
By virtue of being "unwed" the mother will have sole custody. Father will have file some type of paternity action.
If a father was receiving child support in Texas and the child chooses to live with the other parent do you have to pay the other parent child support?
You must file to stop child support along with a change of custody.
No. An unborn child is not yet a child, therefore you cannot get child support for them.
We have no kids together and the correct spelling of his name is Julious/Mosley as in Mosley Motel!
If a man is paying child support for 2 children and has another child with a different woman can his child support payment be lowered?
yes i believe so. just call the child support help line or prosecutive office.
Not on future support, but the are arrears, and if you live in a community property state, any winings could be considered joint assets making them attachable.
If you receive child support do you need to supply things for your child with this child support for the other parents home?
RIGHTS OF NON-CUSTODIAL PARENT During periods of visitation, the non-custodial parent has the duty to provide food, clothing, shelter, etc., and the right to cons…ent to emergency medical treatment only if there is an immediate danger to the health of the child. Other rights can be written into the decree at this time. Unfortunately, most lawyers overlook this. But, judges have indicated a desire to grant a caring parent those additional rights which has demonstrated the parent can be expected to carry out in a responsible manner. See related link
No the placenta produced and cleanses the blood fetus
A lien can be placed on an inheritance for child support arrears. If the custodial parent knows of your pending inheritance a claim can be filed in the estate and the executor… must pay it out of your inheritance.
It's not prohibited; however, the unpaid child support has probably lowered your credit rating. If you already own the property in question, it's possible that the State has p…laced a lien on that property for the amount of unpaid support.
Most states yes, however, once the child has a child of their own, then most states have different laws.
No one apart from the mother can obtain "custody" of a fetus. Custody battles must wait until the child has been born. You can file for paternity testing, although it would …probably be best to wait until the child is born before doing that. If the tests prove the child is yours, you can then file for custody. Due to physical restrictions, I would assume that a father can't get custody of an unborn child.
Yes, unless the court orders a suspension due to arrears. see links
No, and it can be increased due to the additional medical expenses. see links below A bit more: You need to check with an attorney in your state, but it may be possible to hav…e the court order the father of the unborn child to pay medical expenses related to the pregnancy, as well as paying child support once the baby is born.
Its pretty easy to find out, especially if you know the county it was registered in. If you know the county, go to the clerk of courts for that county and most will let you do… a public search. If you don't know the county, do a google search for "dead beat parents" and there are quite a few sites that will let you look state to state to find them! I did that and within 10 minutes I found out quite a lot of information!!