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Answered 2011-09-15 06:57:04

If you're in the US, no, a child cannot sue his parent for child support (payment for child support is not due to the child).

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A child does not have to have the same last name as the biological father to receive child support from that father.


this is a question for family court if the child was adopted, the biological father is responsible for the support of his child.


You are not the one to get child support all over again, but the man who has been paying wrongly all these year is entitled to get his money back from your biological father. He have to sue him for that. You have been paid for and supported already. If you are not of legal age yet and is entitled to child support you have to have a DNA test or something proving he is your biological father so you can take him to court so he can pay for you the years left until you are an adult.


Yes , the biological father will be held legally responsible for the support of his child .


A biological father is the father of the child. A step-father is not. If the step-father has legally adopted the child that is not his when married then yes, he would have to pay support. If not married and the child is not his then no, he does not have to pay child support, but he may have to go to court to resolve the matter.



Child support is calculated based on income of the father (or mother in such a case). If the father is unemployed his child support will still be calculated based on whatever minimum wage is in your state. The only time this does not apply is when the father is on disability. Welfare shouldn't matter.


A step father has no legal obligation to support a step child.



no, you give up your claim for support by filing for Welfare. That is why most tell the father to just pay them cash, than tell welfare that they don't know where the father is, or who. When ush comes to shove, the father is the one punished, not her.


As long as you're not on Welfare, contact child support enforcement.


Not sure what a "non biological father" is, but the only thing that could happen is that the (former) payor is excused from paying future support. He cannot recover the support already paid.


Yes-if he is adjudicated as a legal father.


Yes. The father is responsible for child support whether or not the parents were ever married. It is the biological connection that creates the legal obligation to support a child.Yes. The father is responsible for child support whether or not the parents were ever married. It is the biological connection that creates the legal obligation to support a child.Yes. The father is responsible for child support whether or not the parents were ever married. It is the biological connection that creates the legal obligation to support a child.Yes. The father is responsible for child support whether or not the parents were ever married. It is the biological connection that creates the legal obligation to support a child.


If he is not the biological father, he can volunteer to pay, but he doesn't have to pay. Because he's not the biological father, he can step out at any time.


Yes, unless you have proved to the court that you are not biologically the father.


Yes. The child does not need to be named after the father for him to be obliged to pay child support. He needs to be the biological father, that's all. Child support obligations arise from being the biological parent of a child and not on the child's name.



The biological father may only stop paying child support under one of the following four circumstances: Death of the child; the child turns 18 and decides not to pursue higher education; the child quits or graduates higher education; or the biological father is found not to be the "true" father. So, if a stepfather adopts them, more than likely, the biological will still be responsible for child support.


The law allows for retroactive support, but there are a lot of factors to consider.


Seek welfare and they will automatically seek child support from the children's biological father unless he is already on it and if that is not enough you can get welfare.


No. The step father has no legal standing on which to sue for child support.No. The step father has no legal standing on which to sue for child support.No. The step father has no legal standing on which to sue for child support.No. The step father has no legal standing on which to sue for child support.


No,the same rules apply wether you are the father or the mother you are not obligated to pay support.



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