Yes indeed they still have to pay the back child support, and they still have to pay current child support as well, because the fact that the minor had a child does not emancipate them.
Yes of course. Pregnancy does not emancipate her.
You have to pay until she is emancipate by age (18) or by the courts or through marriage.
If you're in the US, getting pregnant does not emancipate a child, so the child support order is still in effect.
Yes. Failure to attend school does not emancipate a minor, so you're still obligated to pay child support.
If you're in the US... Pregnancy/giving birth does not emancipate a minor, so yes, you are still responsible for child support (but only for her, not for her child of course--the responsibility for child support for her child belongs to that child's father).
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, you pay until your child is emancipated. Pregnancy does not emancipate in any state.
A child must be emancipated, and having a child does not emancipate a child in MS.
Having a baby does not emancipate your child so yes you have to.
If she is a minor yes. Pregnancy does not emancipate her and neither is she emancipated after the child is born.
Yes. It is the parents responsibility to provide support to a child until they are 18, or 19 and in school. If that child has given birth it is of no consequence in terms of child support unless the child was legally emancipated. Having a baby does not legally emancipate a minor.
yes you still have to pay
i live in cailf.my child is 18 and she just had ababy do i still have to pay child support do i pay child support for my child who has a baby
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.
Out of the country or not, you are still required to pay child support.
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 the father of your kids moves in does he still have to pay child support?
He will still have to pay support until/unless the child is adopted.
Can a mother still keep her child from seeing the father even if he doesn't pay child support?"
Yes. The child is still yours, and still needs support.
Generally, if the child is still under the age of 18 you will still have to pay child support. However, there are generally provisions allowing you to re-evaluate child support amount and payments. Talk to the mother, and see if you can settle something out of court. However, if you have a legal binding document saying you have to pay, then you still have to pay.
If you are obligated to pay child support, being a student does not change that.
It is in the best interest of your child for you to pay child support. If the child is still living in Mexico and the mother has a court order, you need to pay support. If there is no court order, you are not legally obligated to pay support.