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You must have legal custody in order to request a child support order from the court.

You must have legal custody in order to request a child support order from the court.

You must have legal custody in order to request a child support order from the court.

You must have legal custody in order to request a child support order from the court.

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If the police feel that you cannot care for the child they may be put in the hands of another family member or child protective services.


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No. Neither can the biological parent. Hitting a child, whether you're a step parent, a parent, family member or non-family member is illegal and will result in you being jailed and the child rehomed through foster care.


No, since you are not taking care of the child anymore. Child support is not the same as support for you.


the caregiver of the child. the word support means to take care of, so child support, means to take care of the child. which means that child support payments should be given to whomever is taking care of the child in order to support that child. Pay your child support through either the courts or the State disbursement unit. DO NOT give any money or anything else to the obligee unless you want it to be considered a gift.


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Depends on the situation and reason the child goes into foster care but usually the biological parents have to pay the state and the state pay the foster family.


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If you have gone to family court to get an order for child support you will. Don't wait for the father to volunteer to give you money. Get it in writing through the courts and if he doesn't pay he can be arrested.


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i had my ex pay child support, half medical, half child care....however that is normally figured in with the support


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Yes. if they have a reason to they can, like if the parent was breaking a law they could either put them in someone elses care, or give them to a family member.


The parents contact the CPS and they take care of it and find a foster family or a group home depending on how old the child is. Parents parental rights are taken away. They have to pay child support to the state. If the parents are neglecting their child the CPS take the child and the same as above.


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