Can you modify your child support arrangements after your child turned 18 years of age?
It depends on when your child support was supposed to end. If it has ended then it cannot be modified retroactively. If you are still paying support, some states go to 21, then you can file a motion to modify your child support.
What form do I use to Answer that I disagree with a motion to modify child support
You do not modify child support by letter. You would have to petition the court for a new court order.
Motion to modify current and future child support. Make request to child support enforcement.
I am paying child support in Wisconsin for 1 child I am divorcing in Iowa and my wife is getting half my salary in alimony Can I modify my child support order based on half income?
You can not modify your child support. Only the court can modify your child support. It is possible the court will do that. It is unusual for your wife to get half your salary. In setting child support, this is a deductible item in all states, that should have been taken into consideration. If not, you can request a modification. see links below
What application can the Illinois Department of Revenue send me to modify child support while in prison?
Revenue does not modify child support obligations. You need to file a motion/petition in the venue that issued the order for support.
No, the father must support his previous child. You knew this when you had a new child with him.
You need to check your child support order. The termination date should be included in the order or in the separation agreement. Most child support orders end when the child reaches eighteen unless arrangements were included to continue the support through career training or college. You need to check your child support order. The termination date should be included in the order or in the separation agreement. Most child support orders end when the child… Read More
If the father of your child does not pay child support can you move to a different state with your child legally?
He is still the father with/without child support and has rights. Take him to court to get the child support and make arrangements for your move to a different state.
When a child is abandoned by a parent receiving child support how does that child get the child support?
The persons in custody of the child must file for legal guardianship and request the court modify the child support order. The person needs legal standing to receive child support.
You need to file a motion with the court to emancipate the minor and modify child support. see link for applicable laws.
Can you still pay child support arrears if the child lives with you and the mother has been deported?
All you need to do is, petition the court to modify your child support order.
Contact child support enforcement or file a motion to modify. see link
As long as a child support order exist, yes. But, he should file a motion to modify the order.
Make an official request to Child Support Enforcement, or file a motion to modify. see links
No, the parent that originally had custody of the child no longer recieves child support after the custody arrangements change. However, the court must be notified of the change so the child support order can be modified. The parent with custody receives the child support.
Your daughter turned 18 in Jan 09 she has not been in school since 07 she had a baby and moved out of her omthers into her boyfiends house they leave in nc?
File a motion to modify or discontinue child support. see link
If you are granted full custody of a child does the noncustodial parent still pay child support in South Carolina?
Yes, child support and custodial arrangements are separate issues and are treated as such by the court.
Child support in Tennessee can be reviewed and modified up to the age of majority.
Modify what? Custody? Child support? Both? Procedure to file? Procedure to answer? State or country where such an action is occurring or will occur?
You are a father who is paying child support and seeking physical custody of your child who already resides with you Are you still responsible to pay her child support?
Yes, until you have filed and had approved an order to modify the existing support order.
See links below
until arrangements are made to pay it
You do not have to pay child support according to the sc supreme court unless prior arrangements were made in the divorce
You must obey the child support order until it is modified by the court. A child support order is a court order. You can't decide to stop paying on your own. You must notify the court of the situation. The court will investigate and modify the order if necessary. You must obey the child support order until it is modified by the court. A child support order is a court order. You can't decide to… Read More
Yes. However, you should visit the court immediately and it may modify the child support order while you're unemployed.
Contact child support enforcement, but they may require a court order. File motion to change custody and modify child support. see link for help.
Not automatically. Your parent have to go back to court to modify the child support order so it gets to you directly. This is something your parents decide so speak to them.
File a motion to modify see links below
Motion to Modify Child Support Arrears Owed But, none can be owed Welfare.
Can child support agency change your amount on their own or does it have to be done in the courts the amount was originally set by a Judge?
A child support agency cannot modify a court order.
Motion to modify arrears. see links
With an approved motion to modify.
Depends on the age of the child, if the child is in school and the reason the child is living with someone other than a parent. Children that are temporarily displaced from their homes must continue to receive support from their parents. If a child is in school and is eligible for support and living elsewhere than with the mother or father, and the child has not been placed there through a state agency, you… Read More
One way is if the child is adopted by someone else who is willing to become responsible for supporting the child. Otherwise you need to petition the court to modify or terminate the child support order.
Run, don't walk, to the courthouse and file a request to modify/terminate support. (FYI, the courts cannot reduce/terminate child support retroactively.)
Yes, if the order is still in effect. He must obey the child support order or he will be found in contempt of a court order. If his income has decreased he can petition the court to modify the child support order.
How do you modify a child support order when one child moves into the father's home in California and the other child remains with his mother in Texas still collects child support for both children?
Neither of the parents have to pay because they both have a child.
yes you do you need to pay child support till the child has turned 21 :D
Back child support is paid until paid in full, regardless of the age of the child.
Do have to pay child support to the mother if DHS has removed the child and put her in someone elses care?
You cannot modify the child support order on your own. You need to visit the court, apprise it of the change in custody and obtain a modification of the child support order if the court deems it appropriate.
If a person owes more that $2,500 in child support a United States passport cannot be issued. If arrangements are made to the pay the arrears, a passport may be issued.
Petitions (lawsuits) can be filed to modify a current child support order either by the custodial parent or the obligated parent.
That's a motion to modify retroactive child support. Most states will not allow it. Of note, Judge David Grey Ross, Commissioner of the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement opposed the practice of backdating child support. see links
That's not something specifically addressed in the laws. It would require a Motion to Modify Child Support, which can be done Pro Se. see links
SSI is not attachable for child support. SSD provides a separate child benefit check, but you have to file a motion to modify so that the child benefit check is considered support. see link If you have other income , like a pension or annuity , your child support can be taken from that , or any source of taxable income.
Do you pay child support in addition to the child receiving SS because you are disabled from an on the job injury?
Not if your not working and the SS is your only source of income. If you have a child support order you would need to modify it to inform the court of your income and the child's direct receipt of support from SS.
Yes, but he can file a motion to modify.
Modification means, petitioning the court to change an existing order of child support and or custody arrangements.
Generally no, but it may require a motion to modify the support. See related links for additional info.
You signed joint custody papers with your ex and they say there is no child support but he doesnt get her for equal time as you He gets her on weekends Is there any way you can still get child support?
You may be able to petition the court to modify your custody order which includes a request for child support going forward.