You need to file an appeal or reconcilliation of the account with the child support agency overseeing your case. It may take months however, if you have overpaid you will have your money refunded by her (even if that requires them to seize her child support check) OR they will get the refund directly from the child support payments you are still making. Make sure you take ALL documentation that proves you have overpaid, court orders, child support withdrawals or payments you made in person/online, your income, etc.
No, but the child is potentially eligible for RSDI payments based on his disabled father's eligibility, and these payments would count toward the father's child support obligation.
the mother of the child took the father off child support because she was not satisfied with the child support payments.
Of course not. Child support payments are paid over to the parent with legal physical custody.
No. Child support payments cannot be garnished.No. Child support payments cannot be garnished.No. Child support payments cannot be garnished.No. Child support payments cannot be garnished.
They end. The child may be entitled to Social Security benefits from the father.
A father cannot petition for emancipation, the child has to. And it doesn't relieve him of paying back support payments.
You can't. Child support is court ordered and family services handles payments. The money is to support children your father has produced. It is his obligation to pay the support.
Yes, custodial payments are for the support and care of a child until they are 18.
FUTURE CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTSyes he has to pay child support payments as long as he is told todoso by the courts.now if the new husband gives your child his name and the biological father agrees tosign his rights over he will not have to payany child support payments ,but as long as he hasn't signed his rights away you can get married and still get your child child support payments.both parents has to agree to have one parent give up their partenal rights.
Child support can be garnished from RSDI payments (but not SSI).
Catch up on your child support payments.