Can What if your ex wife file for child support after giving it up for adoption?
Typically, adoption terminates the rights and responsibilities of the biological parents.
File a motion in the court that entered the support order, with proof of the adoption.
Can you file for child support if the child lives with you but you found out the child is not mine and the mother doesnt want the child to live with her?
At the least, you will first need legal custody of the child - possibly adoption. File a "child in need of care" motion for guardianship, along with a motion for child support.
It depends....Was it only a matter of the child's last name being changed or did you file a Petition to Adopt the child? For you to be the legal parent of this child, then you would have had to file the necessary court paperwork to adopt the child (i.e. petition for adoption) and the court would have had to enter a decree of adoption (i.e. granted your petition for adoption). If the child's name were… Read More
As soon as your child is born you should file for child support. As soon as your child is born you should file for child support. As soon as your child is born you should file for child support. As soon as your child is born you should file for child support.
Since the child is a minor, they cannot file for child support. The custodial parent is the one who has to file for the child support for the child.
In general, any time between the child's birth and the date of the child's adoption, majority, emancipation or death. One exception to the above: if the child is severely handicapped.
Can you file your child support rears in a bankrupcy?
Giving up your parental rights does not absolve you of paying child support. Parental rights has to do with custody and the right to make decisions in raising the child. Child support is providing material support for a child you sired to make sure he has what he needs to live. All states allow a parent to file for the termination of parental rights (TPR petition). The presiding judge makes the decision as to what… Read More
File for a change of custody. File for a change in child support or to stop it.
Your local family (civil) court is where you must file for child support arrears. If there is a child support order you must return to that court to file a contempt of court order. Your local family (civil) court is where you must file for child support arrears. If there is a child support order you must return to that court to file a contempt of court order. Your local family (civil) court is where… Read More
I doubt there were many child support laws back then. Normally, only the custodial parent of the child can file for child support, not the actual child.
First, he should find out if the child is his. Is he paying child support? It's very difficult to do this unless it involves an adoption. If he's not under a child support order, he needs to determine if this is his child and start one. Depending on the state, she can wait until the child is 23 to file for up to 18 years of retroactive child support. see links below
How do you go about adopting your girlfriend's child if the father's name is not on the birth certificate and he has not been taken for child support and he does not want custody?
File an adoption petition and have the father testify to his wiliness to allow the adoption. But, do not be surprised to learn that he's actually been denied access to the child. Take the time to talk to him directly, and alone, before starting anything.
You always file for child support in the jurisdiction where the child legally resides. The child support enforcement agency will take it from there.
That dependent of the age of the child and your state. In Kansas, if the father has not been providing financial support during the pregnancy, he cannot stop an adoption of the child up to one year old. In Missouri, if you have not had contact with the child for at least six months, even when being denied access, you will not even be notified of the adoption. In most cases, you have to be… Read More
Is there any way to force a parent to sign their legal rights to a child over to be adopted if they have been absent in the child's life and havent paid any child support?
Of course, you can't actually "force" someone to sign away their legal rights BUT if you file for adoption with the Court, you will serve that parent (if they can be located) and file a statement about their absence and lack of support. The Court can then terminate parental rights (and probably will if the facts you state are correct). This happens every day in Juvenile Courts to free a child up for adoption. A… Read More
Go to child support enforcement
My ex doesn't have court ordered child support. He has been giving me cashier's checks that say support on the memo line. Is that considered child support?
If you file a petition for child support he can show proof of those cashier checks to offset any back child support the court may award to you. He is being extremely smart by paying you by check and keeping a record.
Yes. In fact, if you want to obtain a child support order you must file a petition in family court. Yes. In fact, if you want to obtain a child support order you must file a petition in family court. Yes. In fact, if you want to obtain a child support order you must file a petition in family court. Yes. In fact, if you want to obtain a child support order you must file… Read More
Then she will not get any child support.
Child support is not discharged in bankruptcy.
No. Child support is not discharged in bankruptcy.
What is the procedure to file a lien on property owned by someone who owes back child support monies?
You must file for a child support lien through the court that issued the child support order.
A mother can file for child support from the birth of the child until the child is eighteen or nineteen depending on the age of majority in the particular jurisdiction.
No. They would not be entitled to child support.
If you receive child support and you move out of state and file for full custody does the child support stop?
No, however you he can file an injunction to stop the move.
No, child support arrears cannot be discharged in bankruptcy.
You should bring proof that the child has been emancipated to the court that issued the child support order and file a motion to terminate the order. You should bring proof that the child has been emancipated to the court that issued the child support order and file a motion to terminate the order. You should bring proof that the child has been emancipated to the court that issued the child support order and file… Read More
If the 16yo IS the child no. Only the parent can. Child support is paid to the parent and not to the child. If the 16yo HAVE a child and therefor want child support, yes they can.
No. You can file a petition for child support at the local family court. Some courts have advocates that can assist you. Once a child support order has been entered by a judge your state's child support enforcement agency will help you collect.
Child Support cannot be attached to pay a judgment.
No. A parent must file for a child support order. In some states the order will continue while the child is in college. See related question.
if you are not legal in America can you file for cild support?
Can you file child abandonment charges if the child sees the dad but the dad does not pay child support?
No. You file for child support. You visit the local family court and request a child support order be entered against the child's father. You may need to have the court establish paternity but the staff can assist you. No. You file for child support. You visit the local family court and request a child support order be entered against the child's father. You may need to have the court establish paternity but the staff… Read More
Yes - custody/visitation are a separate issue from child support. File contempt for nonpayment of child support.
You file for child support in the child's state of residence. All 50 states have reciprocal child support agreements and the agency in charge of child support collection will liaise with the state where the non-custodial parent lives to secure payment.
If the child is a legal resident of Mexico, that is where an order for child support is filed.
No not unless they have a gardian stand in for them and there already is no court order for child support
Why would you not want to get support for your child. If you dont want it dont file a court order.
In general, child support is paid by absent parents.
Contact your State's child support agency about filing a lien.
Bankruptcy is a Federal process and has no effect on child support. Bankruptcy does not dismiss child support debts.
File in the venue that issued the most recent order for support.
The child support agency could file an estate claim as a creditor. It can also file liens on personal and real property.
If you're pregnant you have to wait until the baby is born. Otherwise, if you have a child you can file anytime.
As soon as the child is born.
In general, parental rights are terminated either preparatory to an adoption, or after a trial in which it is determined that the parent is unfit. In any case, termination of parental rights does not, in itself, terminate child support.
Your husband would need to go to the court of jurisdiction (where the child resides) and file a petition for termination of parental rights. However, it should be noted that in doing so, it will not relieve him of his child support obligations, only the right to visit the child or having any decision making input in the child's life. Child support may only be terminated if the child is placed for adoption or is… Read More
Yes. If the the first cousin is one of the parents of the child and has a job but refuses to pay for food and clothing, and you are caring for the child, you qualify to file for child support. You may not be able to marry the first cousin as that is illegal in some but not all jurisdictions, but you can file for child support.
You will not receive child support if the other parent is in jail because there is no income to garnish. Their back child support will add up and you can file contempt charges for nonpayment of child support.