No. Child support terms are based upon the laws of the state in which the minor child resides.
does support end at 18 in new york state
telll me this who is paying child support?
Do the right thing by your kids and you will never have to worry about child support
In New York State the maximum age for child support is 21 years old. However that is considered "emancipated" if the child gets married, becomes self-supporting, or joins the military.
The child is no longer a minor. As an adult, they are responsible for themselves.
Yes, depending on the divorce decree, a parent in New York State will still need to pay child support even when parent rights are terminated. This varies depending on exactly what the judge ordered at the child support hearing.
The legal age of majority for the state is 18. The terms of the latest support order determine when child support obligations cease.
The state of residence of the obligor, which than transfers it to the other state, who can than claim not to have received it.
Yes. see link
In the New York state you are required to pay child support until the child reaches the age of 21. This may stop if you can prove to the court that the child is emancipated, not living with parents and has a source of income, in the military or married. How one goes about this, I have no idea.
The answer to this child support question and many others for the state of New York can be found here. https://newyorkchildsupport.com/
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.
He finds her, files an injunction to have the children returned, and start putting aside child support into a trust fund because she will likely refile for retroactive child support in another state. see link below
Don't know if it is a New York support order? if new york order, I believe they collect thru age 21. Each state is different
The Division of Child Support Enforcement has a section on its site dedicated to New York Child Support and extensive information about their programs and services (from information for teen parents, to guides on how to apply for programs).
If the mother is receiving any kind of assisstanse, yes, they will open child support case and pursue it.
generally is not done. see links
No. The statute of limitations for child support arrears in New York is twenty years from the date of the default. However, in your case it seems that your mother never obtained a court order for child support. You have no cause of action.
Please go onto: www.google.com TYPE IN: What are the child support laws in New York. Marcy Both parents are responsible to support the maintenance and educational needs of their children. The factors being who has the most financial resources, the health of the child, tax consequences (EEC) and so forth. Basic assessment for the non-custodial parent is, 1 child 17%, 2 children 25%, 3 children 29%, 4 children 31%, 5 or more children 35% of net income.
Right after the child turns 21
In my case, the amount of child support was determined by the state which filed the divorce/custody/support proceedings. My daughter lives with her father in New York, yet Florida has jurisdiction because that is where the original proceedings were filed. When she lived with me, Florida also dictated how much he was to pay me...even though he lived in NY.