I could be mistaken, but I believe that child support only applies for the biological mother/father of the actual baby. As you are the father/mother of the mother, I don't think you have to pay anything, even if you're daughter is only 16. The 18 year old is the one that has to worry . . . but this could also change depending on what country/state you're from. Im from NSW Australia, and that's what would apply here, but things could be different for you. Wishing you the best of luck in the future . . . Having a child does not emancipate a person. Your 16-year-old daughter is still a minor, and therefore you'd still have to pay child support for her (notice I said *her* not her child). I'm assuming she's not married and is still in school and lives at home?
No, since you are not taking care of the child anymore. Child support is not the same as support for you.
What she did with her pregnancy has no influence on the child support you pay for her. Even if she would have kept the child it would not have made any difference. pregnancy does not emancipate anyone. You are still obligated to support your daughter until she is 18yo.
Yes since there is only so much money that can be taken for child support regardless of the number of children. The limit is 25% of a persons wage can be taken for child support. The courts can not take more then 25% of a persons income even if there are a hundred children.
Only if the daughter is underage.
Request an enforcement action from child support enforcement.
Yes, as long as she is under the age limit for child support you are still liable, even if hs has children of her own.
A childs mother must file a petition for child support in the local family court.
You may ask for child support, including retroactive support.
No. The father of the pregnant daughter has no legal obligation to support her child. That responsibility belongs to the biological father of the unborn child assuming that the pregnancy is not terminated nor the child placed for adoption or parental rights terminated by the court.
The father of the unborn child is obligated to pay child support once parentage is established through the voluntary acknowledgement of the male or by an order of the court. The father of the pregnant daughter has no legal obligation to support her child, but does have a legal obligation to support her until she reaches the age of majority for the state in which she resides or the terms of a standing child support order are completed, amended or rescinded.
YES... you must pay child support for your child till the age of 18 or 23 if he/she is in collage in the USA...
The person who needs to pay child support for the baby is the baby's father, not you because the baby is not your child.
No. The SSI is extra to help her with her problem, not to replace child support.
No. She is still your child and still needs to be supported.
Your child's conduct is not an issue in paying child support. Not all kids make good decisions, but they still deserve support. You may be successful in having the support order modified to pay it directly to your daughter.
IF SHE IS YOUR STEP DAUGHTER ,THEN NO . BUT IF YOU ARE ON HER BIRTH CERTIFICATE, THEN YES.
Probably, unless your daughter has a severe disability.
If the daughter is no longer living with her mother, and is independent, then you could petition to end child support. If she is still in highschool, you might continue to pay with the agreement that the money transfers from mother to daughter.
If back child support was still owing after the child turned 18, or if you are required to pay child support while the child is enrolled in school regardless of age, yes.
Contact child support enforcement, but they may require a court order. File motion to change custody and modify child support. see link for help.