Can you sue the state of WI for over charging you for child support?
The child support payments are not ever paid over to the child. The child support payments will be directed by the court to whoever has legal custody or guardianship over the child. If the child is in a foster home the child support will be paid over to the state. Read More
If a man signs over his rights to a child that is his Will he still have to pay child support in the state of Missouri?
he will have to pay back child support if owed unless mother agrees not to or he will have to pay back support if owed to state like if mother was on state aid,but no he will not have to pay for future support Read More
In the state of Missouri, signing over your parental rights does not mean that you can quit paying child support. The only time child support can be ceased is when a minor child is adopted. Read More
What state does the child support age end the state that the divorce was executed or the state the child lives?
The state with Jurisdiction over the child support order. This can be the state where the child lives, the state where the obligor lives, or the state where the divorce took place if jurisdiction was never moved. see link below Read More
50% over a normal child support payment, up to 55% of gross income. Read More
Child support arrears do not go away. They must be paid even after the child reached the age of majority and the child support order is no longer in effect. Read More
A great deal depends on the law of the state so without knowing the state there is no way to answer. In some states child support cannot be terminated until the child is age 18 or over. In others, there are ways to do it, but you have to give the state. Read More
Are you obligated to pay child support for your child if you signed over legal guardianship to a relative in the state of new jersey?
You might be ordered to pay support. Read More
No. If there is a child support order that means a state court has jurisdiction over the child. If the parent who is paying child support has any parental rights of custody or visitation the custodial parent would need the NC parent's consent and court approval to move out of state. The existing orders would have to be modified. No. If there is a child support order that means a state court has jurisdiction over… Read More
No but past due child support may still be owed Read More
Not legally. The state takes over the claim. Read More
Yes, you still have to pay child support unless the parent that now has custody of the child waives it, but they have the option to reinstate the child support 3 years after it is terminated. Read More
This depends on factors such as the language of the court order and the laws of the State having jurisdiction over the matter. Read More
In general, support is paid to the parent or other caretaker who has custody of the child (or to the State as reimbursement for assistance furnished). Read More
Depends on your state. Most states will have the parent without the child still pay child support with parental rights Read More
No, as you are no longer regarded as a parent to the child. However, it may vary state to state, or whomever deals with your child support case, if you will be asked to or required to pay on past support before your rights were terminated. Read More
The child never "takes over." The CP has a claim to any and all unpaid child support (except for amounts owed to the State as reimbursement for assistance issued) until it's paid. Read More
If a father signs over his rights to the child in the state of Louisiana does he still have to pay child support?
Only if he owes back child support. This can be written in the agreement that all arrears be terminated and his rights will be to the child if he signs. Read More
In the state of Florida can the father of a child sign over all rights and not pay child support if he wants nothing to do with the baby?
only if the child is then adopted Read More
No, he doesn't. Read More
If you sign over your rights as a father in the state of nebraska do you still have to pay child support?
Yes Read More
It depends on what state you live in. Contact an attorney in the state you reside in for an accurate answer. Read More
depends on state laws see links Read More
If no support is in arrears, you file for termination of child support with the agency of jurisdiction over the support case (where the order originated). It will be up to the court to determine whether or not your child support will end if they are legally residing in a state allowing for earlier termination. Read More
Yes. You are still responsible for any amount in arrears even if your child reaches the age where support is no longer mandated by state law. Read More
I do not think so. You do not have to pay child support in any state if anyone is over 18. Read More
Only if you qualify for Welfare. Child support arrears cannot accrue on someone in prison. Read More
Your ex-wife's husband has no obligation to pay child support. An ex husband, if a support order exists, can be turned over to the support enforcement department in your state. It is their job to collect. Read More
How do you stop child support for the non custodial parent if all the children are over 21 years old?
Get a court order terminating support as of a specific date, with a finding as to the amount of arrearage, or that there is no arrearage. Then send certified copies to the child support agencies in your State and the State where the child lives and/or where any other orders were entered in the matter. [Support may continue if the child is in college and/or severely disabled.] Read More
If a child is over 19 living at home and has a terminal illness. Is child support still required by law?
That is dependent on individual state laws and if child support has not already terminated at the time of the diagnosis. The child can still file for SSI. Read More
5 years see link below Read More
Yes, unless/until the child is adopted. Read More
The state whose court issued the order has ultimate jurisdiction over it. However, many states have reciprocal agreements with each other, allowing one state to participate in the enforcement of a child support order issued in another state. For example, if you are divorced in state A and a court A issues an order for you to pay child support, and then you move to state B, state B may cooperate with state A in… Read More
I gave my son up for adoption after dss took him from me i signed him over because i could not pay it then i ran to another state do i still have to pay child support even after he is adopted?
If the child was actually legally adopted by another family then no, you should not have to pay child support in any state. Read More
As regards establishing your financial responsibility, you would file in your state. Filing in the other state would grant them jurisdiction over child support, though you might wish to evaluate the difference in state laws. If you live in Washington, you are obligated to pay for a college education. When child support stops varies from state to state. see links for help Read More
If disable, and depending on state laws, yes. If it involves arrears, there is no statute of limitations on paying it. Read More
In the state of Connecticut can you sign over your parental rights and still have to pay child support?
It depends on why you signed them over, see links below. Read More
Yes, a minor can sign over all parental rights in the state of Wisconsin. The minor will no longer have to pay child support after the rights have been signed away. Read More
What state will allow you to sign over parents rights and if they do will you still have to pay child support?
see link below Read More
No, but you can't. see links Read More
If a child is over the age of 22 years old and lives in another state will the back child support still be owed to the parent who raised the child?
Yes, but you have to file for it in court. Read More
Statute of limitation for back child support for state of Al if child is over 18 and was court ordered?
There is not statute of limitations for unpaid child support, but many states do require the claim be renewed every 24 months to remain active. Read More
It depends on the laws in your state and the age of your chiild. Some states allow a parent to petition for child support within only a couple of years of the child reaching eighteen. State law vary. If you are referring to child support arrears, they can be collected after a child has reached the age when regular child support payments are no longer required. You should visit the local family court and ask… Read More
Can the father still get credit for child support if he over paid for 1 yer than stopped paying child support for 1 year now wants credit for it?
If you paid through the courts or the State - probably. Read More
I belive if the child or children are 18 or older then no you can not receive child support. The age limit to which child support funds can be issued to the payee is 18 years of age after that no further child support can/ will be given by law HOWEVER you might want to look into the laws in your state about something called "back child support" wherein the mother or father must pay… Read More
If the non custodial parent is terminally ill does he have to pay child support if the child is over 18 in the state of Missouri?
Only a judge can decide this, and it only applies if the child is in continuing education. Read More