No. Your income cannot be redirected toward your husband's children he had by another woman. However, a judge may take into consideration your husband's ability to pay in light of his present circumstances. If, for example, you are the primary bread winner and earn substantially more than him, a judge may rule that his lifestyle will not be significantly changed by paying more child support.
In the state of Florida how can a lien for back child support against Supplemental Security Income?
Yes, any form of income, other than needs-based income, can be garnished for back child support in New York. Money from a lawsuit or settlement is considered income.
On current income unless the obligor can document his past income.
You will not receive child support if the other parent is in jail because there is no income to garnish. Their back child support will add up and you can file contempt charges for nonpayment of child support.
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Yes, all forms of income, including inheritance, can be used to pay back child support.
Any money designated as taxable income is subject to garnishment for child support.
The support is still owed and SS benefits of any sort are subject to garnishment for child support obligations.
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?
Yes, states can withhold any form of income to recover back child support, including a federal tax refund.
Yes, if there is an unpaid balance.
The custodial parent, it is assumed that he or she supported the child with their income. If however a state agency was involved in the support of the child that agency would receive the arrearages.
Back support still has to be paid
The courts will not use anyone's past tax records as a factor in determining who owes child support. The amount due for child support has nothing to do with income taxes. Income taxes is a last resort for collecting back child support owed but their are other ways of collecting this before it becomes in default.
a portion of the social security disability income, if filed, can be considered as child support
If you owe the back child support, yes, they can file for additional garnishments on the new income. And the income can be used to adjust the amount of child support in some places. But they cannot take all of it, you have to be left a reasonable amount for living expenses of your own.
Your Social Security eligibility is not affected by your receipt of child support. One is for you; the other is for your child.
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No, New York does not take a new spouse's income into account when calculating child support. However, if you owe back child support, the state is able to garnish joint assets, such as a joint checking account or a joint tax refund.
age of child does not matter when comes to back support
No, but by adding 20% of his income to the figures, her obligation can be increased.
In most states, the dispute of child support is based completely off what the biological parent brings in financially. Essentially, the step-parents income has nothing to do with what the biological parent pays as far as child support.
I doubt there were many child support laws back then. Normally, only the custodial parent of the child can file for child support, not the actual child.