Yes, if a parent owes back child support, they will have to pay it until it is zeroed out even when the children are grown. The age of the child does not affect back child support at all.
As you have now given up your rights to the child you do not have to pay back child support.
In addition Im 18, my brother's 17 and my sister's 15. we lived with our dad for 12 years and my mom paid child support for that time. Now my dad moved away because my mom was getting to him ( not gonna go in detail). we live with our mom now, and she is seeking child support from my dad, i DO NOT want that. Do we have a say in any of this ?
No, it is still owed with interest. The back child support was supposed to be paid while the child was growing up. Check your state laws.
no yes when you turn 18
Probably, but there should be a credit for past-due support owed to you.
no Yes there is, I am facing one now
yes dead beat.
I believe all child support owed is always there and can still be enforced.I know someone who is in their 30's and their mother is now finally getting the child support owed to her out of her ex's social security income.
Yes but any money received will still go to your mom, not you.
no it goes to the mother.
You certainly can, so long as there was an order for child support when you had the child. If arrears accumulated and the other parent now has the child, you are still entitled to the arrears. If there was not a preexisting order for support when you had the child, you might be able to receive retro support, though the laws vary from state to state.
If there is a child support order in place, and your child is now an adult and has completed their education, then yes. You can have the order modified to stop child support as the child no longer meets the requirements of child support
Petition the court for a modification. If the back support was for any state aid the mother was on, then it can't be forgiven. If it isn't for that, then the mother can write a letter saying she forgives the back support owed to her.
You still owe the back support. Once the child reaches the age of majority (as defined by the support order) there will be no continuing obligation.
Yup. The sun never sets on unpaid child support.
the statute of limitations never expires for unpaid child support
In most states, no. The statute of limitations in most states require that child support be requested before the child reaches the age of majority. If you are past the age of majority, your mother cannot request child support anymore.
If you have not paid child support because of bankruptcy in Canada? If you have not paid child support because of bankruptcy can you go back if the person is now working and have a income?
As in a new claim? No, only the child can up until age 19.
Generally, no - although there might be an exception for a severely disabled child.
No, at the maximum, you had until the child turned age 23 in Ohio.
Five years, unless the mother was on welfare. see link