Is Texas a state were you have to pay all your child support due or can you make payment arrangements to get your passport back?
Ultimately, in every state, that's up to a judge.
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If you sign over all parental rights in the state of Oregon and you live in Texas and never met the child will you have to pay child support?
\nTermination of parental rights is effective only after a court approves it. If all you did was sign a document relinquishing parental rights, but no court ever approved ter…mination of parental rights, you could still be required to pay child support.
If a license was suspended in California due to child support issues order to pay 50 a month but did not was on gr could you now pay a certain amount to get dl back then make payments?
It is up to the discretion of the courts as to whether or not yourlicense will be returned if you owe back child support. Since youdid not pay even the small amount that was o…rdered, they may not bevery willing to work with you, but if you can pay a substantialportion of the debt they may give you time to make up what is stillowing.
In the state of Georgia do you pay back child support when unable to work for a year due to a disability.?
a portion of the social security disability income, if filed, can be considered as child support
If the father of a child gets married and owes back child support can the new spouse be obligated to pay his back child support in the state of Texas?
Usually no, but unfortunalty some states consider a husband and wife equally responsible for each others mistakes. Find out if Texas is one of them. I forget the technical nam…e of it, sorry.
In the state of Texas does a father have to pay back child support if he gives up his rights to a child?
As you have now given up your rights to the child you do not have to pay back child support.
In Texas, when the child graduates from High School. So if you have more then one child, when the last child that you have graduates from High School is when the child support… payments will end for you. If the child is not in school for whatever reason it is the age of 18 years old.
according to Judge David Grey Ross, Commissioner of the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement, no. Nor can arrears accumulate.
Retroactive is 5 years. Arrears, there is none under federal law, but the obligee must maintain the claim.
If child support hasn't been ordered and the child is now 14 how far back can the courts go to make you pay back child support in Texas.?
Five years, unless the mother was on welfare. see link
If over $5000, but it also depends on whether the court of jurisdiction had the ability to enter it into state computer records at the time.
I am make payments for back child support but the govement has a notice to take my tax return can they do this if you have make arrangerment with the state?
Yes - the State may intercept tax refunds to collect the unpaid balance, even if you are making payments on that balance as agreed. . see related links
The AG will handle that.
They just recently took my tax refund from me due to i owe back child support but i pay monthly and havent missed a payment. wondering why they did that?
You need to contact the agency that seized you refund. In moststates, this is called child support enforcement or somethingsimilar. You need to review your account and confirm… that there areno mistakes in their records. If they've gone far enough to seize a tax refund, it is likely thatyour driver's license may also be suspended, and/or your wagescould be garnished.
Contact your State's child support agency. They can take various actions to establish/collect support. Be patient but persistent. Good luck!
Can your ex spouse sue you for child support after your son turns 18 and has graduated from highschool All child support payments have been made and there is no back child support due?
Your ex might be looking for support during college. In some States, parental responsibility extends beyond age 18, even if the child is no longer in school. Also, support oft…en continues into adulthood for severely disabled children.