Do i have to pay maintenance for a child i am don't seeing?
In almost every place State Province etc. If you make it you pay for it, maintenance is what it is maintaining the care of the child regardless of your involvement with the child, if you are the biological parent then you need to pay for it's care and well being.
Yes your child's dependance on your support does not change because you have a disagreement with your ex.
Can a mother stop a father seeing his child if he does not pay maintenance. Can he take the mother to court?
Through court actions, but not on her own.
Do you need to pay child support if you have an intervention order stopping you from seeing the child?
Yes, you will still have to pay child support because you are the mother or father of the child, and that makes you still pay child support.
I'm not familiar with "child maintenance." Sometimes courts order "spousal maintenance" (often for a limited time), but that is an entirely different matter from child support. Yes, but not without a court order, even if a voluntary one. Some states are changing the terms to child support to child maintenance to lessen the negative view of spousal maintenance.
Not without a court order. They are separate matters.
Yes, you have to pay, being in debt doesn't have anything to do with your obligation for child support. If you don't pay, then it will probably be garnished from your work check.
Can the non-custodial parent not see the children on his weekend and Does he have to pay for not seeing them?
Pay what? In California, child support can be increase if he is not seeing the children on a regular basis.
If you marry your partner and he is on benefits and you work will you have to pay child support in the UK?
No, only the NRP is responible for Child Maintenance.
of course not the father if he wanted to can keep seeing his child the mother can not do that it is the fathers child to furthermore the father will have to pay child support no matter what
See Link Below Child Support-Establishing the amount the Obligor Parent must pay?
The registered parent (on the birth cert.) is obliged to pay child support (maintenance) to the parent that has custody of the child... circumstances sometimes vary, but this is usually the case.
If you mean child support, yes. If you mean alimony or maintenance, no.
Only the court can terminate your parental rights and then you are still required to pay child support unless the child is adopted.
Yes, Contact and Child Maintenance are dealt with under completely separate pieces of legislation.
Yes! A child is not obligated to support themsleves finacially until they are emancipated.
no u dont i dont think so anyways
you dont! Just pay for the child!
If he is the biological father yes. You should go to court, request a paternity test and sue him for child support.
Generally until the age of eighteen depending on your state laws.
Yes you do have to pay it but if you want the cheapest deal just pay Child Support There is no such thing as the "cheapest deal" - this is not Walmart. Child support, as the term implies, is support of the child[ren]. Alimony or spousal maintenance is temporary support of the ex spouse, until s/he can become self-sufficient. They are two entirely different things.
Keep seeing is dependent of the age of majority in the specific state. Though some states require child support until age 21, in the others, it would be voluntary.
The man is obviously a complete pig...and should not be allowed to father children. If you make it, you should pay for it
My husband is paying maintenance for his illegitimate child. She is now 16 years old, her mother is working. My husband has been told by the mother to pay for her tertiary education in a few years time. Please advise
If the child is under 1 then you do, if they are over 18 than you dont.
Yes. Social Security benefits cannot be garnished for spousal maintenance but they can be garnished for child support .
"Maintenance" generally refers to support for a spouse. In the US, maintenance orders are becoming less common, and they're often for a limited time. If you mean child support, the absent parent should be paying regardless of where he lives. Getting a resident of another country to pay is another matter, however.
Yes, because of the two, the child not seeing the father is far more damaging to the child and our society as a whole. see link below
Does your ex husband still have to pay child maintenance for your son if you live in Canada and he lives in the UK?
Yes, enforceable under the Hague Treaty.
In the state of Indiana does a noncustodial parent still have to pay child support and insurance on their 18 year old child if the child stops seeing them?
Yes, if the court order provides for child support and insurance past age 18.
Does the absent parent have to pay from the time the child was born if the parents were never married?
Yes (In most countries) child maintenance fees have to be paid from birth till an age that varies country to country.
Dont have to pay them and they can do it quick and really easy.
it seems revenge on her husband..she dont pay much attention to her child..
i dont think i should answer that.....
Dont thinkso, the kids 18 it can get money and pay for itself
Yes Because your still needing to pay child support and if you dont you can get arrested.
Yes, if you are the biological parent and the child hasn't been legally adopted by someone else, you will owe child support. Voluntarily relinquishing your parental rights does not excuse you from having to pay child support.
Yes. So long as paternity is established, you will have to pay child support. It is not the child's fault that the father and the mother have separated or that the father has never seen the child. Both parents have an obligation to support the child. The only legal way not to pay child support is if one's parental rights are terminated.
Is it possible to legally terminate the parental rights of a father who does not pay child support without exonerating him from his legal financial obligation to the child?
It is unlikely to succeed. Even if he doesn't pay, he still has rights to see the child. Access rights are not linked to maintenance (child support). Denial of access cannot be used as a weapon to enforce maintenance payment. To do so is extortion and itself a criminal action. Enforcing support payments is correctly done through a court order. What the court order says depends on his financial circumstances.
Fines, jail, garnish your wages etc. If there are circumstances that leads to that you can't pay you have to notify the court and see if they can change amount or something.
They might, especially if the State provided Medicaid or other assistance for the child.
It's not true in the US.
if the government cant taxe it that makes it illegal so knw you dont pay child support on that In general, child support is a percentage of net income. It doesn't matter whether that income is taxable.
Custody (in theory at least) is based on the child's best interest. "So you don't have to pay child support" is not going to strike any judge as an argument in the child's best interest.
Yes, until released from it by a court, but he should file for custody.
No because you dont pay tax on child support
A father who refuses to pay child support may be reported to the social services child support enforcement office. The office will launch an investigation, and can garnish the money from his paycheck.
if the father is known then you have toget permission if not then see a solicitor ive been there if you dont want to contact the biological father you could always change name by depol hope this helps also if the father pays maintenance this would stop if adopted child or you could ask the biological father to sign over the rights and he then does not pay maintenance
Can the ex request the have child support raised if she stopped working to have a baby with her fiance?
No - you should only have to pay what has been stated. Her having another child has nothing to do with your support payments for your own child. I would definitely think about seeing your lawyer.
well u should of been careful in the first place, and besides u hv to stick around and pay child support so if u don't love her anymore that's your fault because ur gonna keep on seeing her foreva