Can a mother withhold contact information about his daughter while there is court ordered visitation and Child Support?
If by withholding the information she is preventing him from seeing the child she is in contempt of the court order.
Can one legal gaurdian keep a child from the other legal gaurdian in Arizona for not paying child support?
Absolutely not. Visitation rights are decided by the court. Unless the court changes the visitation order, non-payment of child support is not grounds to withhold legal visitation rights.
Do you have to continue to pay child support if your 14 year old daughter refuses any contact with you?
If you live in the US... Yes. Child support has nothing to do with visitation. However, if you have court-ordered visitation, Daughter does not have the right to refuse to follow the court order. Take it back to court.
Depending on the details the father may have parental rights until they are terminated by the court.
Can you take ex wife back to court if you are in the rears on child support she is refusing court order visiation?
Yes you can. She can not withhold court ordered visitation. If she does, she too is in violation a court order.
Child support and visitation are separate issues and giving up visitation does not cancel the responsibility to pay child support. A request to reestablish visitation can be filed even after previously waiving visitation.
If your son gives up his right to his 2 year old daughter he never gets to see her because the mother of his daughter does not approve of his wife. Is he still responsible for her support?
Your son is entitled to have visitation with his daughter. It sounds as though he and the child's mother are not married and he has allowed her to have too much control. Only a court can determine that he cannot visit with his daughter. He needs to establish paternity by a court order. The court will establish a visitation schedule and child support order. There may be no need to 'fight'. If he has a… Read More
Do you have to pay child support if your ex has had physical custody of your 16-year-old daughter for 4 years and you have had no visitation and your daughter has refused contact with you for 4 years?
Yes, if there is an active support order in place the obligated parent must adhere to the terms or risk being found in contempt of a court order. Child support and visitation are two completely different issues and the non compliance of a custodial parent to allow the other parent visitation has no bearing on the child support obligation. A parent who wishes to have contact with their children and is not able to do… Read More
Visitation and child support are separate issues. One does not depend on the other. Parents must provide support for their children. There are many variations in visitation rights and those do not generally affect child support obligations. Visitation and child support are separate issues. One does not depend on the other. Parents must provide support for their children. There are many variations in visitation rights and those do not generally affect child support obligations. Visitation… Read More
Support and Visitation are separate matters that are addressed separately by the court. However, if you were a participant in a child support case you should have requested a visitation order at the same time. No one is going to do that for you. If you want a visitation schedule with your child then return to the court that issued the child support order and request visitation.
child support and visitation rights are two totally different things. The answer is no.
I doubt it - support and visitation are different matters.
Child support and visitation rights are two separate things. You don't get visitation automatically just because you pay child support. You have to petition for it in court.
A parent who is under a child support order has established paternity and along with that comes other parental rights. He can petition for custody and/or a visitation order.
they are completely separate just because you pay child support has nothing to do with visitation, sorry
Generally only the child support and visitation schedule are subject to modification. Generally only the child support and visitation schedule are subject to modification. Generally only the child support and visitation schedule are subject to modification. Generally only the child support and visitation schedule are subject to modification.
In California if father pay child support and the mother prevent from cild visitation can the father stop the child support?
No, they are seen as different issues - two different court orders. Just because you cannot see your child, does not mean you can withhold support. And vice versa - if you stop receiving support, you cannot prevent the non-custodial parent from seeing your child.
How can I avoid unsupervised visits between my two year old daughter and her chronically unemployed alcoholic biological father who refuses to seek treatment and still receive child support in MD?
You can ask the court to change your visitation order to whatever you like. Visitation and child support are two different issues.
The State child support agency does not get involved in visitation. And, if there's no court order requiring visitation, it's not likely that the police or District Attorney will get involved, either.
Child support and custody/visitation are separate issues. You should contact your local courts to file for visitation/custody if the custodial parent is denying visitation.
Child support and visitation are two separate issues. The father has the right to request a visitation schedule with his child. Visitation is not dependent on paying child support.
yes if the court orders you to pay child support the court also tells you whether or not you have visitation rights as well so if your advised to pay child support by law and the tell you that you have no visitation then your obligated to pay child support
Not paying child support is not a valid reason to withhold visits from the other parent. Not getting to see your kid(s) is not a valid reason to not pay child support. There are many reasons a parent with primary placement may be withholding the children, sometimes it can definitely be justified in Court and a new Order can be put in place. It all depends on the current Order, and what the circumstances are… Read More
It depends I think what state you live in. In Arkansas for instance, child support and visitation are 2 separate issues.
If the father has visitation rights and has not seen the child can you get full custody and receive child support?
How does he have any visitation rights with a custody and child support order?
Support and visitation are two different things. If you have an order for visitation, you have a right to see your son.
Depends on your state, but courts say child support and visitation are two totally different subjects and are not considered together. Father has visitation rights irrespective of whether or not he pays child support.
Visitation rights should have been addressed at the time the child support order was issued. Child support and visitations are two separate issues. The father must return to the court that has jurisdiction and request a visitation schedule.
What can your daughter do when her ex moves around like a gypsy and refuses to give her current address's for child support or for her to modify visitation rights?
The courts will periodically find him and garnish his income taxes. She needs to keep her information up to date and periodically check on her case. As far as support, she needs to advance at work so that her child has what it needs. When she does locate him, she can inform the courts.
No. If the father is not paying his child support she needs to file a motion for contempt with the court. She cannot withhold visitations on her own. Visitations and child support are two separate issues.
Yes, states can withhold any form of income to recover back child support, including a federal tax refund.
Paying child support does not automatically give someone the right to visitation. Assuming the other parent has custody and is not willing to voluntarily allow visitation, you'd have to petition for court-order visitation.
Do you have to take your kids for out of state visitation if your ex is thousands of dollars behind in child support?
If there is a court order for visitation privileges it must be obeyed. Visitation and child support are treated as two entirely different issues. Just as an obligated parent is in contempt of a court order when they do not pay the mandated child support a custodial parent could be in contempt for not adhering to the visitation terms.
Where can you get an additional student loan without a co-signer to pay child support so you can talk to and see your children when you are a full-time college student and cannot find a job?
You cannot get a student loan to pay child support, but child support is not an agreement of custody or visitation. If the judge gave you visitation rights then you have visitation rights. The custodial parent does not have the right to keep you from seeing your children. Child support has no affect on visitation. You must go to court for custody/visitation rights.
Absolutely. The State will likely withhold child support from your UIB, however.
Ask the judge to enter an order requiring the mother to honor your visitation rights. DO NOT STOP PAYING CHILD SUPPORT - denial of visitation is not a defense to non-payment. see related links below
No. Child support, visitation and custody are separate issues that must be addressed by court orders. The father must petition the same court for a visitation order. If the parents cannot agree on a schedule one will be set by the court.
No, child support and child visitation are two different matters. Neither a father nor a mother can be denied visitation based on the fact that they are not paying child support.
You are THE CUSTodial parent of your 9 yr old daughter you want to move to North Carolina for work what are the laws in Florida non custodial parent has visitation but does not pay child support?
need court approval.
Yes. Child support and visitation are two separate issues. You need to return to court and request a visitation order or file a motion for contempt if the mother is in violation of a visitation order. If you stop paying your child support that will compound your problems.
Would it be best to not seek child support for fear of the narcissistic father seeking visitation for the infant child you strongly believe he molested?
Child support and visitation are separate issues. The non-payment of support would not prohibit a biological parent from being granted visitation rights. Any suspected abuse of a child should be reported to the state family and children's services (child protective services) to be investigated. If the investigation finds that abuse did occur or there is a possibility of it occurring, a judge can deny visitation or order court supervised visitation. Child support can be ordered… Read More
Yes. visitation and child support are two separate issues. If there is a visitation order it has to be followed. The children do not have a choice and it's the parent's obligation to see to that the court order is obeyed. If the court order for visitation is violated you have to report this back to the court by filing a motion for contempt against the custodial parent. You must obey your child support order… Read More
Yes - support and visitation are separate matters.
Whether or not a parent is paying child support is irrelevant when the issue is visitation rights. If there is a court order for visitation the primary custodial parent must allow it or be found in contempt of court. If there is not a court order in place the custodial parent can make the decision to when, where or if visitation is allowed. Visitation guidelines are usually established during the custodial proceedings.
If you are no longer receiving your court ordered visitation do you still have to pay child support?
Yes and no. In Missouri, when filing to enforce visitation, you can file a motion to put child support on hold. you need to learn how to enforce your visitation. See links below for help. Unless the court has rescinded you child support payments you still need to pay them
No, child support is calculated based on physical custody, which is different than visitation time. If you are not receiving your court-ordered visitation, contact your local Department of Human Services and let them know. However, you must still pay your court-ordered child support.
In the US, child support and visitation are two separate things. You are legally responsible for financially supporting your child rather you have visitation or not. If your ex refuses to allow visitation then you need to petition for court-ordered visitation. If you obtain that and the ex still refuses, then s/he is in violation of a court order and there are consequences for that. If, on the other hand, you don't have visitation because… Read More
No. Child support and visitation are separate.
In California a father wants no custody or visitation does he still have an obligation to pay child support?
Yes, though in California the child support and visitation are linked. The less time you parent the child, the more you pay.
First thing..in Indiana...most courts view support and visitation as two separate issues. If the support is required through the courts the judge will ask what the visitation is at that time. However, if the non-custodial parent wants to get visitation without the custodial parents agreement, the non-custodial parent will have to file a request with the court and have a judge issue visitation. If there is no visitation order in place by a judge/court, the… Read More
Courts can write orders that create and define the conditions of visitation, such as frequency, duration, holidays, etc. But, courts cannot force the non-custodial parent to participate in visitation or to be a parent. The custodial parent should keep track of dates and the facts that occurred on dates when the non-custodial parent failed to show up for visitation. That information will be useful if you choose to ask the court to modify the visitation… Read More