Can a mother who has full custody of a child ask not to have child support increased in Texas?
In Texas if the mother has custody of the children and goes to prison does the father still have to pay child support?
Yes, if the father is not given custody he will be obligated to keep paying support to whomever the court awards custody or guardianship of the children.
How do you file for custody if there has been no court order and the mother did not bring the child back after visitation in the State of Texas?
If you are not married and there is no custody or visitation order, she has custody automatically. The father have to prove paternity in court by a DNA test and then petition for custody or visitation. He can then also pay child support.
lost the child to whom?
Can a mother take a child out of the state of Texas without the father's permission in the state of Texas without a court order?
If they are married to each other, yes she can. If they are not married she can if there is no court order for visitation, custody or child support.
The mother has presume sole custody and control, regardless of the circumstances in all states.
The mother has sole custody and control in all US States. see links below
She has full custody from birth. The father have to prove paternity in court to gain his parental rights and get custody, visitation and pay child support.
Properly, yes, however there can be complications. If the mother names some other person guardianship, the father could be facing an expensive custody challenge. This issue should be clarified in the custody orders. see links below
You will be 16 in Sept your grandfather has custody you want to live with your Mother can you ask now to go live with her or do you have to wait till you turn 16 you live in Texas?
Your mother will have to request a change of custody. You cannot do it yourself.
This question cannot be answered. There are simply too many facts about the situation that are not known.
Do you have to pay child support if you live in Texas and the mother of your child including your child live in another state?
Yes, the location unless living in your home doesnt take away your obligation to support the child. In fact, if you have no custody or visitation it actually increases your financial responsibility.
Can a mother refuse child support in Texas as a way to deny paternal rights such as visitation holiday's etc?
No. Child support, visitation, custody etc are all separate issues. The court will see to what is best for the child and one parent can not deny the parental rights of the other.
In Texas can the father get full child custody vs lesbian mother Can someone let me know where I can find the answer?
This is a problematic area and cannot be clearly answered in that Juries can be used in Texas to decide custody. It's the only states that does.
Does the noncustodial parent still have to pay child support if the child is living with him in TEXAS?
If the arrangement is with the consent of the custodial parent and will be permanent then the custody and child support orders must be modified to reflect the change in legal custody. The parent in Texas needs to have their custody formalized by a court order so they can enroll the child in school, consent to medical treatment, etc. If the child support order is not modified the non-custodial parent may be subject to the… Read More
Yes. The boilogical father has not rights unless granted by the courts.
In 49 states, an unmarried mother has assumed or legislated sole custody and control. see links below
A mother can stop child support in Texas, provided she does not receive public assistance. She must close the case with the Texas AG. Beware, that she can do this and could later attempt to open it again. I would go to an attorney if this is the case.
If Mom has custody then she gets to decide where you live. You can move in with Dad if Mom agrees to it. Otherwise, Dad would have to petition for a change of custody.
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It is assumed the parents are unmarried. He has no legal rights until he establishes his paternity. Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states until the father can establish his paternity. Remember, a child's mother can always be identified by medical records. Since the father didn't give birth and he was not legally married at the time of the birth he can establish his paternity through… Read More
If a father was receiving child support in Texas and the child chooses to live with the other parent do you have to pay the other parent child support?
You must file to stop child support along with a change of custody.
Does the father have any custodial rights in Texas if the mother has custody but the child lives with the grandparents?
Do you have a court order saying you have visitation? Are you the biological father? If so then YES. Go back to court and file for custody.
Would the court in Texas custody case be inclined to award custody to father if the mother has no apartment no education no transportation no license no job money etc and the father has all of that?
Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.
That depends on whether or not the mother has sole legal and physical custody and the terms of the custody order. Custody orders may be modified with various provisions as requested by the parents and/or ordered by the court. Consult your custody order document and if you can't find it in that, contact the court of jurisdiction or an attorney before you proceed.
In Texas a single father wants to sign custody to grandparents bitter court battles mental health issues on the deceased mother's side Can he do this and not pay child support or be responsible?
Signing away one's parental rights or custody will not, in itself, relieve one of child support.
If the custodial parent moves out of the US with the child is the non custodial parent liable for paying child support under Texas joint custody law?
And International Law. You can file for custody, but only Cuba actively enforces foreign custody orders for fathers. You can file a motion to place child support on hold, but that means you put it into a trust fund, not spend it.
I pay child support to the State of Texas but the mother is not receiving it. Where does it go what does the state do with it?
The State of Texas child enforcement agency would have it. Sometimes it takes a couple weeks to get to the mother. The state would still have it if they haven't given it to the mother.
Single mothers have sole custody until the court rules otherwise, but in Texas you can get a jury trial.
What happens to the child support when a child moves from California to Texas to live with non custodial parent who is paying child support?
A change of custody must be filed through the courts. A change in child support should also be filed through the courts.
If she has been found to be an unfit parent. See the related question for factors a court uses to judge a parent to be unfit.
Can the mother of your unborn child move from Texas to Mississippi without the consent of the father?
Yes, if the couple are not married the mother is presumed to have full legal custody of an unborn or born child, until a court rules otherwise.
Can your mother get in trouble for receiving child support for you in Texas while you are living in Missouri?
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.
Would have to get permission from the court that settled the custody and visitation in the first place.
You live in the state of Texas and father with sole custody of child the military is station you in Hawaii can your child mother prevent from your child to go with you?
If you have sole custody no. However, can you still provide for the child? School etc? If she wants to prevent it then let her go to court.
If the father doesn't have joint custody, then yes. If he does have some sort of custody, probably not. If you went to court, look on the papers or call the court and see how much parental rights he has.
Texas law is nothing to mess around with, get a lawyer.
Generally, no. You haven't mentioned whether the parents are married or who has legal custody. Generally, one parent cannot remove the child from the other parent without a court order. If the parents are unmarried and there has been no custody order established then the mother has legal custody. Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states until the father can establish his paternity. Remember, a child's… Read More
No, 11 years too late, and dangerous. I growing number of relationships with mother are destroyed by these actions when the adult child learns their mother had been lying about getting child support.
In Texas Does a non custodial parent have to pay child support if the child lives with them and not the custodial parent in Texas?
No, but the new CP should get into court right away, get legal custody and get the order for support terminated. Initially, contact the AG with evidence that you have possession of the child. They can initiate a modification request. see link
No, because it is considered bribing, and even if you could, I doubt a parent would give up a child for money if they are suing or have custody in the first place. If you want said child, you can sue for custody of the child. If you cannot gain custody, then the next best thing to do is sue for visitation. It's not legal to pay a parent to relinquish custody of a child… Read More
Is there a statute of limitations on child support claim by an out of marriage mother in the state of Texas?
A custodial parent may always file a claim for child support, but there might be a limit on the amount of retroactive support ordered.
If a mother leaves her children in the care of a step father in Texas and goes to Oklahoma for 4 months can she be charged with abandonment if they are well taken care of?
the father should file for custody
If there's a reason, it would require a motion for custody of a child in need of care.
Under the law, sexual orientation is not a factor in custody disputes; however, in practice, Texas Judges will sometimes award custody to the straight parent solely on the basis of their orientation.
Usually when a couple gets divorced they also decide on custody of the children. If you waived your rights to your children then she is free to go where she wants and as far as she wants with the children. If you didn't agree to this and have partial custody she can't leave the State without your consent and if she did this could be considered "kidnapping" in some States. If neither of you bothered… Read More
Three years ago your sons mother left before your son was born went to Texas and he was took from her The Texas court let personal friends of his take custody of your son The Judge got copy of DNA?
Contact TFER see link
No, it's two years too late for the mother to file and a year too late for the daughter to file.
It is possible, but she would have to petition the court with jurisdiction for custody modification. Then she and her cousin would have to appear before the judge in a court hearing, explaining why the mother wishes to do this, whether or not there are any objections to the action from the father or any other individual with guardianship rights and then the judge would decide if it would be in the child's best interests… Read More
well if the biological mother lost custody of her child then that means she was doing somethinq extremely bad for a judge to take her child away. i suggest that the mother has stopped what she has been doinq wrong and she has turned her life around. but lemme remind you that its the courts who want whats best for the child. and i do encourage you to go and fight to get custody again… Read More