At the age of sixteen in Ohio, a child can move out of the house and into a family member's home only with the permission of the parents. The parents are still responsible for the child until they are eighteen and may have to pay child support to the other family member.
It seems unlikely that a non-custodial relative would have "standing" to request a change in child support.
The biological parents are responsible to pay for their child and will have to pay child support so unless the parents take care of it the family member have to go to court and apply for it if the child will be staying for a longer period or time.
You are liable for child support when your child spends more than half his/her time with another custodian. Typically this is worked out in family court. If you do not pay, you can be sued.
A child could hide them with another family member or they could hide them unger their bed
If you have custody of a child from another relationship then you can request a child support order from the court for that child. Your situation displays some irony.
most of the time no u will still have to pay child support to the other kid
If the police feel that you cannot care for the child they may be put in the hands of another family member or child protective services.
Arrangements have to be made for the child to live with another family member or they go into foster care/
How will family who adopts a child from another language cope