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Answer Revised Missouri Statutes (RSMO Chapter 454 http://www.moga.mo.gov/statutes/C454.HTM
In Wisconsin does a father still have to pay child support for a 17-year-old daughter who has a baby and is on public assistance and receiving child support for her child?
Answer Regardless of the situation, the obligated parent must adhere to the court order of support until the order is amended or rescinded by the court of …jurisdiction. The father cannot arbitrarily stop child support payments, he will have to file a lawsuit (petition) in the appropriate state court to have the child support amended or stopped. Unless the young woman falsified the documents needed to obtain public assistance, the state's division of child support enforcement or social services would be aware that her father is paying support also, and that would in all likelihood indicate the support order now in place would hold up if contested.
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No u have to pay the balance of ur past due child support
Not if the parents are not divorced. You have to get pregnant first.
In the state of Missouri if he doesn't pay into child support will i still receive my monthly payment?
File for support as if the parent were not incarcerated. If the parent owns property such as a bank account or real estate it can be levied or have a lien placed against it. T…he child support amount granted will accrue while the parent is in custody and he or she will be held responsible for payment of arrearages when released.
The custodial parent may have filed for support in the previous years and the non-custodial parent now has to pay back support and arreage (late payment charges) They should h…ave been paying..now it's time...to pay up. It depends on the states child support laws and what is written in the child support order. But if the non-custodial paying has failed to pay when order was written all that time...well like I said...it's time to pay up.
If the amount due exceeds the applicable threshold, yes.
Can your mother get in trouble for receiving child support for you in Texas while you are living in Missouri?
There are no applicable laws in any state that says the person receiving the child support must be actually spending the money on the child, so no. However, it could be addres…sed as an issue of abandonment of the child if the mother is in Texas and the child is in Missouri.
Do you have to pay child support on the child if the child drops out of school in the state of Missouri?
Yes. There is no provision in Missouri law that specifically covers cessation of child support if the child drops out of school, only that of emancipation (child drops out, mo…ves out, gets a job earning a sufficient amount to support themselves without help of any kind from either parent and/or gets married). If that happens, the parent is no longer obliged to pay and the child must be legally emancipated by the court if all conditions apply before child support may be stopped.
If you are the custodial parent and there is an order in place, you may file a petition with the court giving notice that you will bear the entire financial responsibility for… the minor child/children. If granted, the non custodial parent will no longer be held accountable for the support of the child/children. However, the custodial parent after taking such action will, in most instances not qualify for any public assistance.
The mother needs to notify her area's child support enforcement agency to get the ball rolling. To speak with someone about child support enforcement-related services, call to…ll-free 866-313-9960.
Wisconsin Child Support may be contacted at 201 East Washington Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin. They may also be contacted by phone on 608-267-3905. Also, you can find driving dir…ections on their dedicated website, which is found under the Wisconsin name on a government portal.
The termination of child support depends upon what the current court order stipulates. Unless the support order designates otherwise, child support obligations end when th…e child reaches the age of majority. The age of majority for Missouri is 18.