Yes they can put a lien on the house. Just had to do it about three years ago because I had not gotten support in years.
The State child support agency can file a lien on the house.
no Of course not.
No. Child support is paid by absent parents.
No. Child support is owed to the parent or other caretaker with whom the child lives.
Children are not "emancipated" from child support. They are "entitled" to financial support by the non-custodial parent. In general, children become emancipated by leaving their parent(s)' house and becoming self-supporting. Child support is usually not due for an emancipated child.
Hopefully your credit history will carry the day so that you can finance the house. Otherwise, wait until the child support is paid up.
Only if the married couple reside in a community property state and the property was bought during the marriage.
Yes, major assets such as a car or a house can be seized in order to pay child support.
Go to your local court house and talk to the secretary or clerk and ask for forms to fill out to ask for an increase in child support. Petition the judge to increase child support.
Your ex is paying CHILD SUPPORT so you can SUPPORT your KIDS. Your ex would be paying for the clothing no matter what.
The State can place a lien on the house if the father is on the title.
You should have gone to file for immediate custody as well as child support to be stopped after not hearing from the mother after a week. Your best chance would have been to inform the child support agency and the family law office at the court house what has happened and they can help you.
Massachusetts State House was created in 1798.
No. Sad but true. The parent receiving the support does not have to provide proof of how it is being spent. Child support is in place to help house, feed, clothe and educate the child. If it pays an electric bill, then that is what it pays.
Answer: If the survivorship was set forth in the deed, a joint tenancy, the passing of title to the other joint owners is not an inheritance. In Massachusetts is would be a non-probate asset.
Go to court house with a certified copy of the child's birth certificate a few weeks or a month before their 21st birthday and they will get the child support stopped.
You are obligated to pay child support until the court notifies you otherwise. Petition the court to have this rectified.
Not unless the child is age of majority (usually 18) in your state. Moving out does not emancipate them and until then you are obligated to support them. A minor can also not move out without your consent and you are still responsible for what they do.
"lieu" ... only with the court's approval
Yes, but you need to be the child's legal guardian. I am raising my two grandkids. Their mother does not live in my house. I collect child support from my ex son-in-law for his and my daughters 2 children. I went to the Department of Human Services with a copy of my custody paper and they set it up so that I get the support payments from him. My daughter however, does not pay support to us. I think the state is just now going after her for support. But, yes it can be done. Check with your local Department of Human Services, or whatever the equivalent is in your area. Good luck.