Can children fly from Lebanon back home to the us without a parent?
Kidnappers often abduct children to frighten the parent and to force them to pay ransom to get the kids back. Read More
Not without the legal system involved. Not without the legal system involved. Read More
Notify the police at once, they will help you get the children back home. Read More
Good question. Usually, most parents who kick their children out make it PERMANENT. Read More
What can you do if the non custodial parent is taking the children around people they are court ordered to not be in contact with?
Collect proof of this and take the parent back to court. Read More
Does a non custodial parent still have to pay child support back payments to the custodial parent after the children have their own families?
Yes, back child support is paid until paid in full, regardless the age of the children. There is NO statute of limitation when it comes to child support. Read More
Can the custodial parent take the noncustodial parent back to court after the judge dismiss the case in Illinois?
Yes, if the case was dismissed "without prejudice." Read More
No. The child support was owed to the custodial parent and not the child. In order to obtain a judgment lien the adult children would need legal standing to bring suit in civil court- they wouldn't qualify. Also, there may be a statute of limitations. They, and their mother, should consult with an attorney who specializes in family law to determine if their mother can file a claim against the estate. Read More
Can a seventeen year old girl move out of one parents house and in with the other parent legally without parents consent?
You can move out without the parents consent, but the parent may take you to court and get you back. Read More
they get taken away from their family and have to find a way to come back if they can but most of the time they cant and if they have children they wont see them for a long time until the children can go without a parent if the child is not illegal and if they are then they wont see each other Read More
Yes, if a parent owes back child support, they will have to pay it until it is zeroed out even when the children are grown. The age of the child does not affect back child support at all. Read More
That parent still owes the back support. That parent still owes the back support. That parent still owes the back support. That parent still owes the back support. Read More
PG. (Parental Guidedess) Recommed that children under the age of 13 watch with a parent. Read More
Does a parent who owes back child support have to pay if only one of the adult children involved want to get it and the other one refuses and neither adult child is in college?
Probably - the support is owed to the obligee (i.e., other parent and/or State), not to the children. Read More
Neither were married and back then, it was wrong to have children without marriage so they had no children either Read More
I have some children signed over to us and the parent up and left without no one knowing where she was. Can I adopt them if cps let's me? Cps has put the kids in custody since the parent said she wasn't comfortable with them being here. The parents have had several children and rights terminated on all. They also have sexual abuse charges pending. Do the parents have much of a say about the… Read More
Can a biological parent that allowed the stepparent to adopt her children get the children back due to mental cruelty and abuse even though she gave up her rights and the children are 14 and 16?
No. To get them back would be an uphill battle and cost a lot of money - which may end up wasted if that biological parent loses. Signing over rights and allowing an adoption to be finalized is a very final thing. Read More
well i not in Lebanon but I have access to web sites and ill get back to you Read More
Can a seventeen year old leave the house without parent permission and can you call the cops to get them back?
They can not leave the house without parental permission and if they are missing then you can call the cops. Read More
can an adoptive parent give up custody of their child back to the biological parent Read More
Clean up, go to rehab, show them you are fit to be a parent, then file papers to get them back. You have to be completely clean though. Read More
If a couple has joint custody of the children and one of the parents is ill and dies do the children go back to the other parent?
If joint legal, the child goes to a relative. This subject needs to be addressed in the order. Read More
You do not say how or if the child was removed from the home of the other parent, is children and families involved, or is there direct evidence of abuse? Expound your answer and write back. Read More
Does the noncustodial parent have to bring back the children to the custodial parents after a visit?
Yes, unless there are other arrangements mentioned in the visitation order. The non-custodial parent shouldn't expect the custodial parent to do the transporting. Taking your own parental responsibilities seriously is character building. Read More
In Arkansas can you get rid of back child support and fees without custodial parent signing off on support order?
If a court orders it. Read More
It is difficult to give an exact age but the earliest settlements in Lebanon date back to 5000 bc. You can read more about the history here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lebanon Read More
If took your children out of state and you have never been to court to establish custody can he get custody behind your back if he doesn't know where you are?
It isn't behind your back if you are knowingly hiding the children without a provable cause. Read More
Does a parent have to grant visitation to a parent if the children come back with ringworm every other week?
I am dealing with the same thing....VERY frustrating...and I don't think the parent should be granted visitation at least until they have more sanitary conditions, fewer pets(cats), etc..... Read More
Are your grown children entitled to the back child support payments that are received by the parent who has custody?
It is dependant on which state that you live in as to if the children are entitled to back child support after they are grown. You will need to consult with your local state child support office so they can better assist you with this question. Read More
The parent cannot move without consent if the non-custodial parent has visitation rights. The custodial parent needs the consent of the NC parent or if that's not forthcoming the consent of the court that has jurisdiction. Read More
The parent. Read More
If someone is over 3000 dollars behind on childsupport and wont pay does the other parent have to let the children go and see the parent not paying?
Yes, even dead beat fathers have the right to see their children. The back support is a legal issue between the two of you. The children still need to know they have parents that care. Putting aside your hatred and contempt for the sake of the children is a noble thing. I do understand the frustration, but keep it separated from the children. Read More
That parent probably should not be receiving 'Child Support' then, unless it is back child support that the other parent owed from beforehand or the children in question are attending school (including post secondary, even if they are not living at home anymore). Different jurisdictions have different rules, however, so you'll have to consult a lawyer familiar with the appropriate laws. Read More
Yes, the court will not order child support as they are not his biological children. The court may request family members (including the adoptive parent)to attend counseling to aid the children in adjusting to the changes. Read More
You may have to go back to court. BUT if you can find a certified mediator you may be able to take care of it without the lawyers by using a certified mediator. Read More
If you have signed over the title to someone for a car you paid for as a gift can you have the title signed back over into your name without the persons consent?
To my knowledge you cannot have the title signed back over into your name without their consent unless you are a parent and they are still under 18. Read More
Can you file for back child support in Texas with or without court order if im married and have children of my own?
If by "back" you mean, past-due - yes. Read More
Will an obligated parent still be responsible for back child support if they voluntarily relinquish their parental rights and the custodial parent agrees to waive the arrearages?
Assuming that the support was paid to the custodial parent and was not through the state's division of child enforcement then the court might waive the debt. Generally a voluntary relinquishment of parental rights is granted to allow the child/children to be eligible for adoption. A TPR is not meant to be a legal venue for a parent to be relieved of the financial obligation to their minor children. Read More
Can a non custodial parent who pays child support but chooses not to visit his children be taken back to court for increased child support payments bc his ex incurs those 4 days expenses?
Sure, the non-custodial parent can be taken back to court for increased child support, but it will be up to the judge if the increase is granted. Also, it will be up to the custodial parent to prove the increased expenses. Read More
Can a noncustodial parent refuse to give the custodial parent the child back to avoid paying 48 thousand dollars back child support and then try to file for support from custodial parent?
No, and no can he, so there must be a greater issue related here as to the safety of the children. As for being in arrears, in this economy that comes as no shock as men do not know there is free legal help to avoid or reduce arrears from the government. That is what I teach them. Read More
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That non-custodial parent has no right to "keep" the child. A parent who refuses to bring the child back to the parent who has physical custody or joint custody is in contempt of court and risks losing custody. That non-custodial parent has no right to "keep" the child. A parent who refuses to bring the child back to the parent who has physical custody or joint custody is in contempt of court and risks losing… Read More
Not if the parent have court order for custody or visitation unless the child is in danger of some kind and then you better have proof to show the court. To change the court order you need to go back to the court where it was issued to have it modified. Read More
I'm pretty sure that is not possible without a lawsuit over the custody of the child, then there will be decided what is best for the child. Read More
You will not be able to submit it or it will come back to you and you must get it signed by a parent or guardian if you are not 18 years of age. Read More
The state can try to recoup what they pay out by going after the non-supporting parent. Parents have the legal responsibility of supporting their children financially. A custodial parent who is receiving public assistance is being supported by the taxpayer. The non-custodial parent should be pursued to pay that back. Read More
Short parents don't always give birth to short children. in most cases, children are often taller than parents for bizzare reasons. i guess the height of children has something to do with genetics of relatives or grand-parent. but this question need to scientifical back up. my pesonal opinion is that , mostly children's height is not only influenced by parent genes but also by grandparents too. Read More
A broken family is a family that does not have both the mother and father living at home. Many times, the children will go back and forth to living with each parent. Read More
The parent. It was the parent who incurred the expenses to support the child. Read More