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My parents owe me back rent how can I make them pay?
You can take them to court if you have a contract with them. If you want to keep a good relationship with them, you may just want to talk with them about it.
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I honestly used this site once, thinking that a professional was answering the questons, so my question still isn't answered. But I do know that it can be added butwould be …very hard to get back into any apartment in the future. You need to consult your bankruptcy attorney for an answer to this. The answer would depend on where you are in the process of the bankruptcy; drawing up the papers, already filed, had a trustee assigned or already discharged. A rule of thumb is to add ANY account or money owing to your bankruptcy request. The idea is that you want to show the trustee how overwhelming your debt is. Not everything listed is necessarily discharged, and it may be that your present rent will be excluded. Once again, you need to check with your attorney who should be familiar with the allowances and exclusions.
In the State of New York can a parent make their 17-year-old pay rent if they are claiming the minor child on their taxes?
ANSWERS: Yes. If you are working there is no reason you shouldn't pay rent just because they are your parents. No more free rides! Your p…arents are making you responsible and if you left home, worked and even went to school you would still have to pay rent. They are not doing anything illegal, but making you take responsibility before you go out into the world. Some parents realize that their children will squander the money, charge them rent and put that money into an account for their child(ren.) If your family is having tough times you should be more than willing to contribute some rent to help out. Food alone is very expensive. Marcy *I think it is totally ridiculous to expect a "CHILD" to pay their parent rent while they are still attending high school. What exactly is the job of a parent? One would think it is to provide the basic necessities of the child, that would include food, clothing and shelter. What kind of parent are you if you expect your kid to pay for things that many would think under the law you are obligated to provide. If a child moves out and requires assistance from the state you are required to pay the state support for that child until they reach 21 years old so how can it be that a child under that age would be expected to pay a parent rent? *They may be able to charge the rent from the child, which is ridiculous, but by law it is considered income to the parents and they would legally have to claim the rent as income on their tax returns. *In many states the parents of a minor are entitled to ALL wages the child earns. You are lucky they let you keep any of it. *Parents are responsible for the support of their children until they are adults or emancipated. If the parents really want the money, the employer in many states is required to send the paycheck to the parents if they request it.
Answer If you're asking whether they're allowed to live on their own with a child, the answer is generally yes. In most states, a female is emancipa…ted automatically when she becomes a mother. If you're asking whether it's financially possible, consider this. On average, a family of three will have to make at least $25,000 a year, and that's just to get by. Working a minimum wage job will get you just over $10,000 a year. And to raise a child to the age of 18? More than $150,000. And it's not just rent. There are utilities, water, cable, phone, car insurance, car payments, health insurance, gas, gorceries and incidentals such as repairs and unexpected events. * Being pregnant or having a child does not automatically emancipate a minor except in the State of Wisconsin. Parents are legally obligated to support a child who is under the age of 18 (in Nebraska 19) or until they become emancipated by marriage, enlistment in the active military or by order of the court. If what is being asked is can the parents legally force a 17-year-old to pay rent while living in the family home, then the answer would be no, it would need to be voluntary on the part of the minor.
Answer . The saying goes "don't lend money to family and friends!" If the person doesn't bother to pay you back (and most don't) then there will always be that between yo…u and you'll never feel the same about the person again. Remember, you work hard for that money! Unless you signed a contract with a witness (most people don't when it's just a personal loan from your bank account) then you are stuck with not getting your money back. \n. \nSorry (I've been stung before but learned from the first time around.)
Answer My son (dependent child) was owed around that amount. They have given him 2 installments of around $1800 spaced six months apart and I was told tha…t the remaining balance would be paid as the third installment..
If a 17 year old goes to live with noncustodial parent will custodial parent have to pay child support if non custodial parent owes back child support?
Yes. The non-custodial parent will then be owed the support while child is in there care. But it doesnt relenquish them from their prior debt.. If the monies is owed direct t…o you and not a child supporting agency you can come to an agreement with the other party to resolve the debt and have it entered into a court agreement.
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Make you? No But, they are under no obligation to supply you with anything except the minimum needs, such as only a light in your room, but no power outlets, and a windu…p alarm clock. Laundry can include only specific clothes.
Generally speaking, yes, but it depends on how severe the hit was to your credit rating.
If kids are over 18, absolutely they can. I always paid my parents room and board [ food ] after I was 18. I paid 25 % of my take-home pay , whether I made $600/ month at my f…irst job as a nurse's aide, or $1,200 a month after I graduated nursing school , til I made enough to pay my own rent utilities etc and got my own place. I also paid my own car insurance, and followed the usual house rules , cleaned the house on Saturdays and went to church on Sunday with my parents. Freedom isn't free . Follow the house rules , or go off on your own, then you can pay your own bills and do as you please. Another Perspective Once a child reaches sufficient age to be "responsible", it is reasonable to require that the child participate in his/her expenses and to learn how to pay his/her own way in life. Responsibility is learned, it doesn't come naturally. Teaching responsibility is part of a parent's job. On the other hand, if parents wishes to participate in the financial expenses while a child continues an education that is entirely their choice.
You sue them in civil court. You will need to collect as much evidence as possible of your employment and the amount of time you worked.
Yes. Just because they owe back taxes, doesn't mean that it will affect your student aid.
It depends on the state you live in. Some states allow the custodial parent to opt out of child support. Other states don't give you that option, and will collect the child su…pport even if the custodial parent refuses to accept it.
You need to sue for back rent and if you are successful you can request a judgment lien. The lien can be filed against the property. You need to sue for back rent and if you …are successful you can request a judgment lien. The lien can be filed against the property. You need to sue for back rent and if you are successful you can request a judgment lien. The lien can be filed against the property. You need to sue for back rent and if you are successful you can request a judgment lien. The lien can be filed against the property.
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Generally he can go back as far as you owe the rent. But a landlord can only evict you for not paying the rent, not for money that you owe for back rent. If your landlord acce…pts your money for the correct amount of rent, he cannot evict you for the back amount, but he can sue you for that.
In such a situation the support order will remain valid and collectible. When the person is released from custody the child support enforcement division for the state will… take whatever action required to recover the monies owed. The matter of a non custodial parent being in a position where they are unable to honor a support order does not change the terms of said order. For that to happen the non custodial parent must petition the court to have the order amended or rescinded.