In depends on the state. In some states, the custodial parent can voluntarily decline to receive child support. In other states, the non-custodial parent is legally required to pay child support, whether or not the custodial parent accepts it.
Yes they can and so can the father
You cannot do that. You can sign all rights over to the mother, but you cannot end your obligation to pay child support.
No. You will still have to pay child support for your children.
You can sign your rights away but you will still have to pay child support if you are the father or mother of the child. There is no way to avoid paying child support.
No, when a mother or father relinquishes his parental rights he is no longer responsible for child support.
only with approval of the court. see link
If you mean, what are the Dad's rights, he has the right to continue paying child support and the right to visitation, both as established by the courts.
no, you can't unless there was another "mother" willing to adopt the child because you have a legal obligation to support the child. thus you would have to pay child support even if the child lived with his/her dad.
Depends on your state. Most states will have the parent without the child still pay child support with parental rights
None of them can sign over anything. They can go to court and ask to have their rights removed and the custodial parent can ask to have the child support stopped but this means she can not get benefits before he has paid.
If the mother in question is financial able and has shelter and means to support the child then most definitely.
The court and the mother have to agree to that you do this and you continue to pay child support incl the back support if there is any until the child is adopted. You will no longer have any rights to the child.
well if the mother or the father of the child disobey the ruling of the court and treat the mother or father of the child like a door mat then why he OS she should pay child suppor
You can sign away your rights, but you will still owe for child support. The child is yours.
No, only the parent (in this case I assume the mother), who he owed the money to can do that.
Yes, if the mother does not want the child and the father is willing to take the child. Then the mother may sign her rights over to the father if the father is able to take of the child. Signing over one's rights will not terminate child support obligation(s).
If paternity has been established the biological mother or person who has legal custody of the minor child can petition the court for child support from the father. The matter of not signing the birth certificate is irrelevant.
Why are you behind in your support? see links below
By petitioning the family court in your parish of residence for the same. Termination of rights does not terminate child support obligations.
The "signing over" must be done through the probate court so that you are appointed the legal guardian. The child's mother should pay child support and once you are officially appointed you can petition for a child support order through the familycourt.
File a motion to modify custody. see links
Actually, that person is wrong. If you sign over your parental rights, you are giving up any and all reposibilities for this child to their mother. It is that same as if you were going to give the child up for adoption, you wouldn't pay the adoptive parents for taking it would you? No. You basically are adopting the child onto the mother and so you have no more rights to say how the child is raised and whatnot, and would no longer have to pay child support seeing how legally, the child is no longer yours at all. All physical and financial reposibilities would be gone. But the mother does have to agree to this and also sign the paperwork saying she wants this, and also, if you have any back child support you have not paid you will still have to pay it unless the mother signs the paperwork saying she will "forgive" that and doesn't care to get it.
It depends on what you mean by signing over her rights. A mother could consent to the father being given sole legal custody. She may be required to pay child support. You should consult with an attorney if you want more information. In the state of Alabama, yes a mother can sign over her parental rights to the father of the child.
A father who wants to sign over his parental rights must fill a petition to terminate his parental rights. He must establish just claim, and this does not include reluctance to pay child support.
Yes only if she agrees to it an sign a document stating she does not want it jus make sure you dot your i's an cross your t's when you have her sign off hope this works out for you..