No. Your ex-husband's wife is not responsible for your child[ren].
Only if awarded them in the divorce
No. The ex-wife can only sue the FATHER of the child for child support. The new wife is not a parent to the child and is therefore, not legally responsible for someone else's child.
Yes. However, if the child's RSDI benefit is based on the obligor's SSA account, it is considered child support. If that benefit exceeds the amount ordered for child support, the obligor does not owe any additional payment.
The father's wife is not responsible for his children. However, the State may attach assets they own jointly.
You can file a complaint for child support against the father in the family court in your jurisdiction. His wife has no obligations to your child whatsoever.
The question of child support arises when one or both parents are absent from the child's home. Therefore, if you and your wife are the child's parents, no child support should be due from either of you.
No, child support and alimony would be the sole responsibility of the husband.
No. However, contact your State's child support agency (i.e., MI). They can take various actions to collect unpaid support. Be patient but persistent. Good luck!
Spouses are not responsible for their spouse's child(ren). However, to collect unpaid support, the State may place liens on real and personal property owned by the obligor, including bank accounts, even if the spouse is a joint owner.
No. Child support is paid by absent parents.
When you remarry, you and your new wife are responsible to pay the child support that you had in your divorce agreement. Presumably, you will continue working and making the payments.
well if you are the legal father and she is the legal mother and you two arent living together than yes the wife does get child support
To get this straight you are asking if a man had a child not to his wife, would his wife have to pay any child support for that child that is not hers? No she does not have to pay, the man does, but in saying that if the amount is direct credited out of the mans bank account that is in joint names with the wife then it seems she is paying, and in a way she is paying if you do share all finances as husband and wife she misses out on the money that the man must pay for child support.
When he can support a wife and child.
I had my taxes send to the first wife because my ex husband did not send any child support. I can happen that way. I don't think they could attach monthly payments but you can check with a lawyer.