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She is committing adultery and involving her children. It is unlikely the court would support her actions while she is still married. The court may award custody to their father. She should file for divorce if she wants child support.

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The mother must petition for child support.The mother must petition for child support.The mother must petition for child support.The mother must petition for child support.


Biological parents who are married to each other do not pay child support to each another. They naturally share the expenses for their child. You have to let the court know you are married though and petition for the order to be dropped.


If married, when you divorce him and if single when the child is born. He will then have to prove paternity in court and can then petition for visitation, custody and also pay child support.


If you are in the US, the fact that you are now married/pregnant has no effect on child support for another child.


He has the right to pay child support and petition for visitation.



The parents of the child are liable for support - not their spouses.


They need to be the court appointed guardians and then they can petition in the family court for child support from the biological parents of the child.They need to be the court appointed guardians and then they can petition in the family court for child support from the biological parents of the child.They need to be the court appointed guardians and then they can petition in the family court for child support from the biological parents of the child.They need to be the court appointed guardians and then they can petition in the family court for child support from the biological parents of the child.


Petition the court or Child Support Services in your area.


Yes. You must petition the court for child support.


You have to prove paternity in court by a DNA test and you can then petition for custody, visitation and pay child support.


If you're in the US, marriage automatically emancipates a minor and therefore the parents are no longer responsible for supporting them, so, no, child support does not continue. The noncustodial parent needs to file a petition to have the child support terminated.


If not married he has to prove paternity in court to get his parental rights. He can then petition for custody, visitation and pay child support. If married to the mother they have equal rights to the child.


A child can petition for child support only after the age of majority for the state of residence, and retroactive to the limit of state statutes. The child's mother can and should file for child support as soon as the child is born. A father must support his children whether he is married to their mother or not.


Visit your local family court. They have preprinted forms for initiating a child support petition. The staff will explain.Visit your local family court. They have preprinted forms for initiating a child support petition. The staff will explain.Visit your local family court. They have preprinted forms for initiating a child support petition. The staff will explain.Visit your local family court. They have preprinted forms for initiating a child support petition. The staff will explain.


No. A petition for modification must be filed with the court. Until that is allowed the child support order will remain in effect.No. A petition for modification must be filed with the court. Until that is allowed the child support order will remain in effect.No. A petition for modification must be filed with the court. Until that is allowed the child support order will remain in effect.No. A petition for modification must be filed with the court. Until that is allowed the child support order will remain in effect.


Yes. In fact, if you want to obtain a child support order you must file a petition in family court.Yes. In fact, if you want to obtain a child support order you must file a petition in family court.Yes. In fact, if you want to obtain a child support order you must file a petition in family court.Yes. In fact, if you want to obtain a child support order you must file a petition in family court.


When a married woman gives birth to a child it is presumed to be the natural child of her spouse. You can't simply file a petition for child support in this type of situation. An extramarital affair that results in the birth of a child causes a complicated legal situation. Her husband may be required to declare the child is not his and the court will require a DNA confirmation. Once paternity is established the biological father can be ordered to pay child support and he will be entitled to visitation rights and to petition for custody. Laws vary in different jurisdictions. The parties must consult with an attorney who specializes in family law whether or not they intend to remain married. That should be arranged as soon as possible.


The state and county where the support case originated unless transferred by the person filing for support to another jurisdiction.AnswerThe jurisdiction where the child lives is the jurisdiction where the initial petition must be filed.


The mother. The father have to prove paternity in court and petition for custody, visitation and can then also pay child support.


File a petition for modification of support with the appropriate court.


Your child will get the name you give him if you are the mother. It the parents are not legally married then the mother has the right to choose the child's name. The father must establish his paternal rights in court after the child is born. Then he can petition for joint custody, visitations and a child support order can be established.Your child will get the name you give him if you are the mother. It the parents are not legally married then the mother has the right to choose the child's name. The father must establish his paternal rights in court after the child is born. Then he can petition for joint custody, visitations and a child support order can be established.Your child will get the name you give him if you are the mother. It the parents are not legally married then the mother has the right to choose the child's name. The father must establish his paternal rights in court after the child is born. Then he can petition for joint custody, visitations and a child support order can be established.Your child will get the name you give him if you are the mother. It the parents are not legally married then the mother has the right to choose the child's name. The father must establish his paternal rights in court after the child is born. Then he can petition for joint custody, visitations and a child support order can be established.


Yes. If you engage in unprotected sex you know that always has the possibility of producing a child. You are responsible for your own contraception. You are financially responsible for the support of any child you bring into this world. She can petition the court to establish your paternity and request a child support order.


If you were married to the mother when the child came or if you were not and have been to court to prove by DNA that you are the biological father so you get your parental rights, you can also petition for custody and visitation. Custody is usually shared though unless the mother is unfit. if you have not been through the court and is not paying court ordered child support, you have to go to court to prove paternity first and you can then petition for your other parental rights. Custody, visitation and child support are all separate issues in court. Child support is a legal obligation and does not automatically lead to other rights. You have to petition for them separately.


A childs mother must file a petition for child support in the local family court.



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