The child cannot sue for child support; however, the custodial parent can.
Yes a child can sue a parent for unpaid child support if there was a child support order.
If you're in the US, no, a child cannot sue his parent for child support (payment for child support is not due to the child).
Depending on the age and state statues in your area. However in most cases a child CANNOT sue for child support. The child support claim has to be filed by the custodial parent.
If you are separated from the other biological parent, and he is a minor, then you simply sue the other parent for monthly child support.
Before the child turns 18 for the parent to sue, or before the child turns 22, for the child to sue, for support.
Absolutely not; the child doesn't owe the parent(s) anything.
If they can establish the stepparent as a primary support in a parent/child relationship.
Yes, as an adult you can sue a noncustodial parent for back child support. However it is a different story if the noncustodial parent has never been ordered to pay child support. You can still sue them for a percentage of their assets. I am currently working on a case in which my client is sueing his father for 15 years of back child support. Any divorce lawyer can handle this case for you.
In a State where the age of majority is 18, the custodial parent may sue for child support after that age only if the child is severely disabled.
Generally, no, unless the child is severely disabled.
If "non biological parent" means, unrelated but legal guardian of the child - yes.
Of course not. Child support payments are paid over to the parent with legal physical custody.
In some cases it is possible for an adult to sue a non compliant parent for child support arrearages. However, there must be established paternity and a child support order in place before the child reaches the age specified in the laws of the state where the child was born.
Only if the obligee parent releases the claim or is deceased.
No. The ex-wife can only sue the FATHER of the child for child support. The new wife is not a parent to the child and is therefore, not legally responsible for someone else's child.
No. If there were arrears in this case it was owed to the custodial parent. The child does not get child support or arrears.
No. Your custodial parent must file a complaint for a child support order in the family court in your jurisdiction.
No, the child can not. The other parent could before the child was an adult. The money goes to the parent to use for the child and not directly to the child.
The biological parents have to pay child support to the one who have the child whether it's a grandparent, sister or the state. If the custodial parent do not actually have the child living with them the custody order has to be changed as well as the child support order.
Children are never entitled to child support and cannot sue their parents for child support money. Child support is a debt paid from one parent to the other.
Depends on your state. And then, usually the custodial parent is eligible to sue, not the actual child.
Probably not. But if that parent was ordered to pay child support and is not doing so, then they can be sued for that.
Parents? Who were you living with for 18 years?Um, no! Child support isn't supposed to go to the child but to the parent in charge of the child. If the parent that was supposed to get the child support didn't get it then they could take the matter to the court, but not the child.
No, child support is a debt owed to the custodial parent, and not to the child. Depending on the state, a court might order the non-custodial parent to pay back child support to the custodial parent. However, it will never be paid to the child, regardless of age.