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Answered 2011-10-11 22:47:56

No. The step father has no legal standing on which to sue for child support.

No. The step father has no legal standing on which to sue for child support.

No. The step father has no legal standing on which to sue for child support.

No. The step father has no legal standing on which to sue for child support.

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No. The step father has no legal standing on which to sue for child support.

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Who pays child support to a woman who is married to another man?

Her child's biological father if she has obtained a court order for child support.Her child's biological father if she has obtained a court order for child support.Her child's biological father if she has obtained a court order for child support.Her child's biological father if she has obtained a court order for child support.


Does the child have to have the fathers last name in order for you to receive child support?

No. The name does not matter, as long as the individual is the biological father.


When the father has custody and the mother is not paying child support can the new wife sue the children's mother for the support?

The new "Mother" has nothing to do with the communion between her husband and his ex-wife, so the answer is no. * A new spouse has no legal standing in regards to non biological children, regardless of the issue. The biological father would have to be the one to file a suit to have the child support order enforced.


If the biological father just got the order to pay for the child support and now the custodial perant's spouse wants to adopt the 2 year old till what moment does the father has to pay child support?

In most jurisdictions world-wide, adoption terminates the responsibility of the biological parent(s) to pay support. This is effective from the start of the adoption. Technically, it is effective at the instant the court order for the adoption is signed. While the adoption process is underway, but not finalized, the biological parent(s) is still obliged to maintain the child.



What can the biological father do if he pays child support but the mother wont let him see or talk to the kids?

If you have a court order for visitation rights or shared custody and she is breaking the court order you have to report her to the court. If you don't have such order get one. Child support order and visitation order are two separate things.


Does the biological father have to pay child support if the mother still resides in the home?

Typically, no; if you're under court order to do so, however, get an order terminating support (and setting the amount of arrearage, if any) - do not simply stop paying on your own.


Can you receive child support from the father that has been the father for 9years even after you find out he isn't the biological father?

The following assumes that this man has not adopted the child:1. If there is an order in place, payments will continue to accrue under that order unless/until the court enters a finding of non-paternity.2. If there is no order in place, the courts must first determine paternity before deciding whether to order support.


How do you stay a ny family court order of support?

The man who has been named as the father and ordered to pay support would need to file a countersuit claiming he is not the biological father of the child/children. Documentation would be required to prove such a claim and/or proof of claims of any other reason he is not obligated to pay support for the child/children named in the court order.


How do you get out of child support order you proved that you were not the father?

That depends on the child support laws of your state and how long you have been the legal or presumed father. In most states if you have been the legal father for at least four years it does not matter if you are not the child's biological father. You will still be held to be the child's legal father and required to pay child support unless you can locate the child's biological father. You have to actually file a petition in court to end your responsibility for child support and you really will need a family law attorney to assist you. The attached link has a family law attorney directory. In most States you can file a Petition to Disestablish Paternity. You generally must be current on your child support payments to do so. With the DNA evidence you can get the child support abated if you are not the Father.


Can a grandparent sue for child support on behalf of daughter?

A grandparent with legal custody would have standing to request a child support order for support from the biological parents. If the grandparents have no legal standing they cannot bring an action for child support.A grandparent with legal custody would have standing to request a child support order for support from the biological parents. If the grandparents have no legal standing they cannot bring an action for child support.A grandparent with legal custody would have standing to request a child support order for support from the biological parents. If the grandparents have no legal standing they cannot bring an action for child support.A grandparent with legal custody would have standing to request a child support order for support from the biological parents. If the grandparents have no legal standing they cannot bring an action for child support.


Do you still have to pay child support if you sign the cirth certificate and the child is not yours?

No, you don't, however, you need to have DNA test done in order to prove that you're not the biological father.


What happens if there is an order for child support and it turns out the mother lied and the man is not the child's father?

If the mother knew the man was not the biological father and still attested to that fact she could be charged with perjury, a very serious offense. If the man was paying support and found out he was not the biological father he would need to obtain proof of such through paternity testing (usually DNA). He would then need to file suit against the mother of the child and present the paternity evidence in order to recover his financial loss.



Does marrying your child's mother or father void a child support order?

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.


Does the husband need to be served in order for the court to ask for child support from the biological father?

If this involves a case where the child is the result of an affair, and does not reside in a putative father state in which the husband would be the presumed father, he would not be served. see related article below


Can a father not pay child support if the order is not finalized?

Although a father has a moral obligation to support his child he is not legally responsible for payment until there has been a support order issued by the court.


Does a father have to pay child support if he never marries the child's mother?

Yes, the father does have to pay child support married or not. As long as you ARE the father. If the father is ordered to pay child support by the court, then that order stands until the child is emancipated or if the order is modified.


What is OSC RE Dismissal of Case Vacated?

It is an order from a court. Specifically, Order to Show Cause regarding Dismissal of the related case being vacated.


Does a non biological father have rights to child when he signed birth certificate?

No, and neither does a biological father, if they are not married to the mother. These are the stipulated provisions of the laws in the United States. Only through application to the courts for permission does is a man granted any such rights, even while under a child support order. see links



If you were never married to the father of your child and there is not a court order for visitation would a judge remove the child from your custody if you move out of state?

No. If there is not a custodial order in place the law presumes that an unmarried mother has full custodial rights to her child and does not need permission from the biological father or the court in matters concerning the child. In addition, when a child is born out-of-wedlock the biological father must establish paternity before custodial, visitation and child support can be addressed.


Does the biological father have to pay child support if the child is adopted?

If you're in the US, in order for the child to be adopted his parental rights had to be terminated. Once that's done, he's no longer responsible for paying future child support. But if he owes back child support, that still has to be paid.


Can a man sign his rights over of a child that was conceived while they were married and he is not the biological father. and now the daughter is seeing the real father?

Perhaps, but the better course would be to obtain a court order that reflects reality - i.e., one that finds the biological father to be the legal father. Signing over one's rights will not erase the presumption of paternity that was created by the marriage, and will not terminate any support obligations.


Why do women have to pay child support?

Women have the same obligation to support their children as men if the child does not reside with them. Parents are responsible for the financial support of their children. For example, the child may reside with the biological father or another relative. In that case, the mother would be responsible for paying child support if the court entered a child support order.


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