Do you have to pay child support after signing over your rights?
Depends on if you live in a state where you can "sign over your rights." In some states/courts agreements between parents where one parent says "I relinquish my rights" is meaningless. However, adoption will typically relieve you of any future support obligation but all arrearage will remain (unless waived).
What is the West Virginia law on signing over parental rights do you still have to pay child support?
If a mom signs over her rights due to defiant behaviors from the minor child is she obligated to pay child ssupport?
by "signing over rights" I persume you mean, terminating her parental rights and no, she is not obligated to pay child support, however, any accumulated back child support, or "arrears" is required to be paid, unless agreed otherwise. For this you would have had a prior order to pay support prior to the terminating of the mother's rights. When your rights to a child is terminated it is as if the child was never yours…
If you sign over your parental rights to a child in Maryland do you still have to pay child support?
Yes. Parental rights are yours and you can sign them away. You cannot, however, sign away the child's rights, and one of those rights is the right to support. If you're signing away your rights so that someone else may adopt the child, once they do so you should be absolved from the responsibility to keep paying child support.
That would be the decision of the judge/court of jurisdiction. In most cases signing over physical parental rights does not relieve the parent of their financial obligation unless the other parent agrees. If however, the rights are being relinquished so the child can be adopted, the court will dismiss child support obligations.
What if your sons Father has not seen him in 6 mouths and is not paying child support. Can you make him sign over his rights?
You cannot "make him" sign over, however, take him to court for child support, he is a dead beat, does not deserve a child, but he needs to pay up. the court will find him for you to make sure he pays. He may want to shirk his responsibility by signing over his parental rights if that is what you want. Signing over one's parental rights does not excuse one from paying child support. I…
What kind of restitution? Money? No, that would be selling your child, which is illegal. There is no restitution for signing over parental rights. And if the reason for wanting to do so is to not have to pay child support, then it won't do you any good. A father is legally responsible for helping to support his child unless he allows the child to be adopted. Or, as in some cases, allows someone else…
When signing over parental right does that mean you don't pay child support in minnesota and born in the navy?
In most states, the courts will not allow you to "sign over your rights" unless it is for the purpose of adoption and another person has agreed to become financially responsible for the child. If someone is adopting the child, signing a consent for the adoption will end all obligations but will not wipe out any child support arrearage.