If you're in the US, getting pregnant does not emancipate a child, so the child support order is still in effect.
No. She is still your child and still needs to be supported.
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.
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.
If she is married, no. If she is unmarried, yes.
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of majority for the state in which she resides or the terms of a standing child support order are completed, amended or rescinded.
The daughter being pregnant does not eliminate the responsiblity of a parent to support their child until they reach the age of majority.
Yes, but if she gets married then you don't have to.
In the state of Alabama , a child can loose her child support if she gets pregnant.
Yes of course, she's not emancipated.
No, an obligated parent is only responsible for the support of his or her own biological or adopted child. The father of a pregnant minor is not financially responsible for her unborn child. However, the father of the unborn child is responsible for its support, even if he is a minor. The individual circumstances and the laws of the state will determine the extent of his obligations.
No, your child will not be emancipated because she is pregnant and her parents still have to support her until she is.
That's up to the judge.see link
No it does not.
That depends on the original order of child support. If the order was to pay child support on her until age 18, then her being pregnant does not mean you have to continue paying child support. But if it said you had to pay as long as she was in high school, college, or until a certain age, then you still have to pay as long as she meets any of these conditions. But in either case, you are not legally responsible for the support of her baby.
No, she is still a child. The parents are still responsible for her.
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.
No, since you are not taking care of the child anymore. Child support is not the same as support for you.
You have to pay until they are 18 years old or whatever your child support papers say. Dropping out of school or them becoming pregnant has nothing to do with it. Child support is to help support the child not keep them from dropping out of school or becoming pregnant.
Yes.Just because she is pregnant she didn't become a adult or got a job did she? The father of her child has to pay child support for his child and you for yours.
Yes of course. Pregnancy does not emancipate her and you are obligated to care for her until she is 18. She and the father will have a hard enough time to support the child, they do not need to support themselves.