Although I feel fathers should, in most cases, be part of their children's lives and certainly take responsibility for paying child support, it's dishonest to collect child support for two children when you only had one at home. If this was the agreement with the court, then yes, your ex can make you pay back some of that money. Let's hope he has a big heart! Marcy
It is fraud to collect child support for (2) children if a person only has (1) child. The person should absolutely return the money, it is not her's to keep.
Mother Teresa did NOT support forced sterilization. Sterilization is against Catholic Church teachings.
The only way a mother can be forced to pay child support in any state, is if she does not have primary custody of the child. If the child or children live primarily with the father, then the mother can be made to pay child support.
the statute of limitations never expires for unpaid child support
If the divorce ordered the father to pay support, he owes that support until/unless the order is modified.
Yes, nothing stops a child support payment. The amount received is regardless of the financial status of the mother or the new husband.
Your mother, if it's actually owed.
Mother hasn't paid it. see my profile
The order goes to child support enforcement to persecute.
If the Mother has received ANY State assistance, and the Father was NOT paying Child Support at any time...The State has every right to demand repayment.
Provided that she actually never received it, than there's no statute of limitation on enforcing a violation of court ordered child support like there is on court ordered visitation rights. see link below
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).
In general, child support is a percentage of net income. When calculating support for younger children, support actually ordered and paid for older children is subtracted from net income.
Only after reaching the age of majority, provided the mother has never filed or received any. This only involves contacting child support enforcement.
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She is forced into prostitution to support her mother to pay a vaccine that soon dies of lung vaner
Yes (she should file in the US); however, actually collecting support might be difficult.
His father died before he was born and that event which he obviously could not remember actually had a great effect on his childhood, since his mother and he had to depend on relatives for their support. The death of his mother when he was 14 and the loss of his two older brothers in the Revolutionary War plus the harsh treatment he received as a British POW were important events in his childhood .
"Signing away one's rights" is a myth. The only way this can actually happen is if the mother and her new spouse actually adopt the child.
no it goes to the mother.
The court would only consider hearing the "forced into an act" claim if the male can prove beyond a doubt that he was literally held captive and his life was in jeopardy. If the mother chooses to file for child support and the alledged father contests the suit, the court will order a paternity test. The results of the test will determine if the male will be financially obligated. Other issues such as the possible coercion, deception, etc. by the female would not be relevant. Actually, the man's life doesnt have to be endangered for sex to be considered forced. That is like saying only female rape victims' whose lives were theatened were actually raped. If he didnt consent it is rape. And a man is not legally responsible for a child if the woman raped him. also, in certain states he could sue her for "stealing" his sperm
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 addressed as an issue of abandonment of the child if the mother is in Texas and the child is in Missouri.
Her calling to become a missionary actually came about the age of 12 but she was unable to act on the calling until the age of 18.
No. She is grown now so no need for child support. You should have done this when she was still a child. A DNA test would easily have proved he was the dad and the court would've forced him to pay.
She convinced Prince Charles, the Dauphin, but also had the support of his mother who was actually the regent acting on her son's behalf.
If the mother says the child is yours and you do not fight it and demand a DNA test, and she was not married at the time of birth, yes, you can be forced to support a child that is not yours. Conversely, if you were married to her when the child was conceived and or born you will be responsible for child support as the child was made during your marriage.see links