Yes, for robbing a bank in NYC.
If the father goes to prison his responsibility for child support does not stop. For all practical purposes, he will have no income and will not be able to pay you one cent. Do not expect to get any money out of him while his is in prison.
She lives outside the town with her daughter, Pearl.
Only if you qualify for Welfare. Child support arrears cannot accrue on someone in prison.
Support is based on a percentage of net income; therefore, a prison inmate's obligation is, in effect, zero. However, any court order in effect when the obligor entered prison continues until it is modified.
Yes, while in prison you are obligated to pay child support and any monies you make in prison can be put towards child support. However, each State is difficult so it is wise to get legal counsel. Here is a good website for prisoners regarding child support enforement. http://www.fcnetwork.org/library/p3Child Support.html
Technically you can not beat child support unless you are sincerly unable to aford to pay or are in Prison for a national defence.
You don't. In fact, if your ex is smart, he will petition the courts to terminate or at least suspend, his support obligation.
Actually it stops while in prison, according to Judge David Grey Ross, Commissioner of the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement.see link
The young daughter of the jailer visited Valentine who had cured her of blindness.
It is obviously cheaper to execute a prisoner than to support someone for life in prison; but that isn't how we make decisions that involve life and death in this country.
According to Judge David Grey Ross, Commissioner of the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement, while in prison, there is no specific obligation or accumulation of arrears.
until arrangements are made to pay it
M. Berger has written: 'From the Prison of MY Mind' 'The Missing Factor' '..and this is my adopted Daughter'
For those that DIDN'T support him; they were sent off to prison...or worse.
Not automatically. The incarcerated person must request it.
File a motion to modify. In 2000, Judge David Grey Ross, Commissioner of the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement ruled that support cannot accrue while in prison.
The King and the Queen were executed. Their Son died in prison, their daughter survived.
The narrator's daughter dies
no it is not right but it also depends on what she did if she liked did not do her home work then she should not get punishedWhat do you thinkhummm
Judge David Grey Ross, Commissioner of the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement stated in 2001 that those in prison cannot accrue arrears.