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The court can not order a paternity test after the child turns 18. The child is considered an adult at 18 years old.

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What would happen to the father who signs the birth certificate and is over age when the mother is underage?

You should consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction. However, you should be aware that the court can order a paternity test to establish your paternity since you should be supporting the child. The mother can request an order at any time.You should consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction. However, you should be aware that the court can order a paternity test to establish your paternity since you should be supporting the child. The mother can request an order at any time.You should consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction. However, you should be aware that the court can order a paternity test to establish your paternity since you should be supporting the child. The mother can request an order at any time.You should consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction. However, you should be aware that the court can order a paternity test to establish your paternity since you should be supporting the child. The mother can request an order at any time.


Can you move your son from PA to VA without fathers permission?

No. Not if a family court has jurisdiction over the child and the father has visitation rights. If the parents were never married and there has been no court involvement or paternity established the mother can try to move. However, the father could file an action in court to establish his paternity, visitation rights and prevent the removal of the child from the state.No. Not if a family court has jurisdiction over the child and the father has visitation rights. If the parents were never married and there has been no court involvement or paternity established the mother can try to move. However, the father could file an action in court to establish his paternity, visitation rights and prevent the removal of the child from the state.No. Not if a family court has jurisdiction over the child and the father has visitation rights. If the parents were never married and there has been no court involvement or paternity established the mother can try to move. However, the father could file an action in court to establish his paternity, visitation rights and prevent the removal of the child from the state.No. Not if a family court has jurisdiction over the child and the father has visitation rights. If the parents were never married and there has been no court involvement or paternity established the mother can try to move. However, the father could file an action in court to establish his paternity, visitation rights and prevent the removal of the child from the state.


What can you do to give your child your last name if the mother is married to someone else?

Absolutely nothing. You have no control whatsoever over naming the child. You have no parental rights unless you establish your paternity in court. Once established legally as the child's father you can request a visitation schedule and the mother can obtain a child support order. The child's name is the mother's choice.Absolutely nothing. You have no control whatsoever over naming the child. You have no parental rights unless you establish your paternity in court. Once established legally as the child's father you can request a visitation schedule and the mother can obtain a child support order. The child's name is the mother's choice.Absolutely nothing. You have no control whatsoever over naming the child. You have no parental rights unless you establish your paternity in court. Once established legally as the child's father you can request a visitation schedule and the mother can obtain a child support order. The child's name is the mother's choice.Absolutely nothing. You have no control whatsoever over naming the child. You have no parental rights unless you establish your paternity in court. Once established legally as the child's father you can request a visitation schedule and the mother can obtain a child support order. The child's name is the mother's choice.


Can a parent move to another county without the judges approval?

No. Not if a court has jurisdiction over her child.No. Not if a court has jurisdiction over her child.No. Not if a court has jurisdiction over her child.No. Not if a court has jurisdiction over her child.


Can child support be put aside in a trust fund while father is stuggling to pay to ex wife?

The child support must be paid over as ordered in the child support order. The obligor cannot decide to pay it into a trust without a court order.The child support must be paid over as ordered in the child support order. The obligor cannot decide to pay it into a trust without a court order.The child support must be paid over as ordered in the child support order. The obligor cannot decide to pay it into a trust without a court order.The child support must be paid over as ordered in the child support order. The obligor cannot decide to pay it into a trust without a court order.


Can child support services over rule a court order?

Child support Services enforce court orders and sometimes assist the client in obtaining court orders or modifying them. Child support is established by a court order in the US.Child support Services enforce court orders and sometimes assist the client in obtaining court orders or modifying them. Child support is established by a court order in the US.Child support Services enforce court orders and sometimes assist the client in obtaining court orders or modifying them. Child support is established by a court order in the US.Child support Services enforce court orders and sometimes assist the client in obtaining court orders or modifying them. Child support is established by a court order in the US.


Can one parent sue over a forced paternity test?

Whether or not you can sue over a forced paternity test is usually a question of local law. The answer in this location is that you can not usually sue over a court ordered paternity test. Since court orders in this area are public record, it is stupid to let it get that far.


Is a notarized child support agreement binding over the court ordered agreement?

No, In order to supercede the court order you would need to have your agreement filed with the court.


Can a company policy over ride a court order for child support?

nope


What does custody rights mean?

Custody rights are granted by a probate or family court order that grants the care, control, and maintenance of a child, to one or both parents following a following a divorce or separation proceeding or in the case of unmarried parents, when the father has established his paternity in court. An unmarried mother has custody of her child until the father has established his paternity in order to acquire parental rights. In another sense, a non-parent is sometimes granted a guardianship over a child and that person is said to have legal custody of the child. However, they are more accurately called the legal guardian. See related link.


How does a mother sign over residential custody of child to father?

Request a modification of the custody order at the court that has jurisdiction over the case.Request a modification of the custody order at the court that has jurisdiction over the case.Request a modification of the custody order at the court that has jurisdiction over the case.Request a modification of the custody order at the court that has jurisdiction over the case.


What do you do if your husband refuses to work for whatever reason and is not taking care of his child support obligation?

If there is a child support order in place you file a motion for contempt of a court order in the court that has jurisdiction over your case. Otherwise you are stuck with him unless you initiate a legal separation or divorce proceeding. A court proceeding must be filed in order for the court to have jurisdiction to issue a child support order. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in family law.If there is a child support order in place you file a motion for contempt of a court order in the court that has jurisdiction over your case. Otherwise you are stuck with him unless you initiate a legal separation or divorce proceeding. A court proceeding must be filed in order for the court to have jurisdiction to issue a child support order. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in family law.If there is a child support order in place you file a motion for contempt of a court order in the court that has jurisdiction over your case. Otherwise you are stuck with him unless you initiate a legal separation or divorce proceeding. A court proceeding must be filed in order for the court to have jurisdiction to issue a child support order. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in family law.If there is a child support order in place you file a motion for contempt of a court order in the court that has jurisdiction over your case. Otherwise you are stuck with him unless you initiate a legal separation or divorce proceeding. A court proceeding must be filed in order for the court to have jurisdiction to issue a child support order. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in family law.


Can you stop paying a child support order because you over paid or do you have to go to court?

Do not try this at home - go to court.


Can the mother sign over partial custody of her child to some one other than the biological father without his consent even if he has never seen the child but pays child support?

No. The father must also consent. The mother cannot "sign over" the child without a court order granting guardianship. The court will require the father be given notice and the opportunity to object.No. The father must also consent. The mother cannot "sign over" the child without a court order granting guardianship. The court will require the father be given notice and the opportunity to object.No. The father must also consent. The mother cannot "sign over" the child without a court order granting guardianship. The court will require the father be given notice and the opportunity to object.No. The father must also consent. The mother cannot "sign over" the child without a court order granting guardianship. The court will require the father be given notice and the opportunity to object.


Which state does the agreement get filed where the child lives or where the paying party lives?

Any agreement must be filed at the court with jurisdiction over the case- the court that issued the order.Any agreement must be filed at the court with jurisdiction over the case- the court that issued the order.Any agreement must be filed at the court with jurisdiction over the case- the court that issued the order.Any agreement must be filed at the court with jurisdiction over the case- the court that issued the order.


What is the Mississippi state limitations on just finding out the you fathered a child but paternity has not been proven?

In my experience, with the exception of the child being over age 18, there is no statute of limitations on establishing paternity. There could be an exception if the child is a part of a family whereby the mother never told her husband that he was not the father of the child. Understand that establishing paternity only acknowledges financial responsibility. It grants no parental rights, even after paying court ordered child support. You need to file a separate motion as regards it. see related links


Can you move out of state if you have guardianship of a child?

You should consult with an attorney or with an advocate at the court. The court has jurisdiction over the child. You may need a court order allowing the move. You would need evidence of legal guardianship to use in the other state.You should consult with an attorney or with an advocate at the court. The court has jurisdiction over the child. You may need a court order allowing the move. You would need evidence of legal guardianship to use in the other state.You should consult with an attorney or with an advocate at the court. The court has jurisdiction over the child. You may need a court order allowing the move. You would need evidence of legal guardianship to use in the other state.You should consult with an attorney or with an advocate at the court. The court has jurisdiction over the child. You may need a court order allowing the move. You would need evidence of legal guardianship to use in the other state.


Can you get information on some one paying child support?

You may be able to if you visit the family court with jurisdiction over the case. You can request to see the file and the child support order may be available for your review.You may be able to if you visit the family court with jurisdiction over the case. You can request to see the file and the child support order may be available for your review.You may be able to if you visit the family court with jurisdiction over the case. You can request to see the file and the child support order may be available for your review.You may be able to if you visit the family court with jurisdiction over the case. You can request to see the file and the child support order may be available for your review.


How do you reopen your child support case in Missouri?

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Do you have to pay child support in NC if your child is going to college?

If they are over 18, no, not unless you voluntarily agreed to pay child support during college and that is stated in the court order. If so, then the court will enforce that.


Where can you get a paternity test if your child lives abroad?

If you are living in India than OTS services can help you get all parties tested in all over the world. I suggest that you contact your State's child support agency. When you get an interview with them, bring all the papers relating to your child support: birth certificates, acknowledgments of paternity, court orders, payment records, etc. Be polite but persistent


When you catch up with your child support and the child is over 18 how do you get the state to stop taking money out of your check?

If you are all paid up you need to bring proof to the court that issued the order and ask to have the child support order terminated.If you are all paid up you need to bring proof to the court that issued the order and ask to have the child support order terminated.If you are all paid up you need to bring proof to the court that issued the order and ask to have the child support order terminated.If you are all paid up you need to bring proof to the court that issued the order and ask to have the child support order terminated.


Does the father have same right as mother over child custody?

If you are married, yes. Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states until the father can establish his paternity. Remember, a child's mother can always be identified by medical records. Since the father didn't give birth and he was not legally married at the time of the birth he must establish his paternity by signing the birth certificate at the time of birth (waiving DNA testing rights) which must be done with mother's consent. If he doesn't sign the birth certificate then he must seek another way to establish his paternity and that is done through a DNA test. A paternity test can be arranged through the court. Once paternity has been established the father can request visitations, joint custody, full custody or the court will set up a schedule of regular child support payments for the child if she is to remain in the custody of her mother. The court will schedule a hearing and issue an order that is in the best interest of the child.


How do you stop child support payments and sign over rights in Ontario?

You obtain an approved order from the court.


Should you allow your son to visit his father in another state without custody papers in place?

The situation carries some risk depending on your relationship with the child's father and your marital status. An unmarried mother has legal custody of her child in most jurisdictions. An unmarried father must establish his paternity through court. The court in the jurisdiction where the child lives has jurisdiction over the child. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in custody issues if you have any doubts that your child will be returned at the agreed upon time.The situation carries some risk depending on your relationship with the child's father and your marital status. An unmarried mother has legal custody of her child in most jurisdictions. An unmarried father must establish his paternity through court. The court in the jurisdiction where the child lives has jurisdiction over the child. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in custody issues if you have any doubts that your child will be returned at the agreed upon time.The situation carries some risk depending on your relationship with the child's father and your marital status. An unmarried mother has legal custody of her child in most jurisdictions. An unmarried father must establish his paternity through court. The court in the jurisdiction where the child lives has jurisdiction over the child. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in custody issues if you have any doubts that your child will be returned at the agreed upon time.The situation carries some risk depending on your relationship with the child's father and your marital status. An unmarried mother has legal custody of her child in most jurisdictions. An unmarried father must establish his paternity through court. The court in the jurisdiction where the child lives has jurisdiction over the child. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in custody issues if you have any doubts that your child will be returned at the agreed upon time.


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