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Yes, if the non-custodial parent has any visitation rights.

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Child support is intended to help pay for the basic living expenses, such as rent, utilities, clothing, insurance and the like, all of which remain the same even when the child is visiting the non-custodial parent.


He can request custody or a visitation order if he is the father of the child. At the same time you should petition to remain the custodial parent and request a child support order.He can request custody or a visitation order if he is the father of the child. At the same time you should petition to remain the custodial parent and request a child support order.He can request custody or a visitation order if he is the father of the child. At the same time you should petition to remain the custodial parent and request a child support order.He can request custody or a visitation order if he is the father of the child. At the same time you should petition to remain the custodial parent and request a child support order.


If the custodial parent refuses to obey the visitation order the non-custodial parent can file a motion for contempt.No argument intended, but only the presiding judge can issue a contempt order and that generally does not happen.If the non-custodial parent refuses to return the child, the usual procedure is for the custodial parent to first contact the child protection/enforcement agency for assistance. A social worker accompanied by police who have jurisdiction where the minor child is in residence will contact the non custodial parent and request the release of the minor to them. After a preliminary investigation of the circumstances they usually transport the minor child/children to the primary custodian .However, if there are circumstances which suggest the minor may have been endangered and/or neglected in either household he or she will remain in state's custody. All such action is reported to the court. A hearing is scheduled where all parties are required to attend. The judge will decide at that time what action if any should be implemented.


Your question is unclear. If the non-custodial parent cannot take the child on her/his scheduled weekend the child will remain with the custodial parent. This is one of the many 'inconveniences' of divorce with children. However, the children should never be aware that a parent thinks spending time with them is inconvenient.


Child support is intended to help pay for the basic living expenses, such as rent, utilities, clothing, insurance and the like, all of which remain the same even when the child is visiting the non-custodial parent.


Child support is intended to help pay for the basic living expenses, such as rent, utilities, clothing, insurance and the like, all of which remain the same even when the child is visiting the non-custodial parent.



AnswerChild support does not depend on visitation. They are addressed in separate orders and the orders remain in effect until they are modified by the court. If the child has a good reason to end visits with the non-custodial parent the custodial should file a motion with the court to modify the visitation order. The child should be old enough to offer testimony to the judge if he/she wishes. The parent and child should be prepared to offer specific evidence for curtailing the visits. Perhaps the non-custodial parent and child could instead meet for dinner each week away from the negative environment. Provide the court with enough evidence to make a fair determination.This matter should be addressed as soon as possible through the court system before the non-custodial parent has the time to file a motion for contempt against the custodial parent. That would change the nature of the dispute.File a motion for modification ASAP.


Some general background:The non-custodial parent is responsible for paying the amount specified in the child support order. Arrears will be assessed according to that amount. The court can modify the amount due in the child support order for future obligations but it should not do so retroactively. The amount of the arrears should remain based on the amount in the child support order. It was up to the non-custodial parent to request a modification of the original order if their circumstances changed and they could not pay.Your chances are always better if you are represented by an attorney.Some general background:The non-custodial parent is responsible for paying the amount specified in the child support order. Arrears will be assessed according to that amount. The court can modify the amount due in the child support order for future obligations but it should not do so retroactively. The amount of the arrears should remain based on the amount in the child support order. It was up to the non-custodial parent to request a modification of the original order if their circumstances changed and they could not pay.Your chances are always better if you are represented by an attorney.Some general background:The non-custodial parent is responsible for paying the amount specified in the child support order. Arrears will be assessed according to that amount. The court can modify the amount due in the child support order for future obligations but it should not do so retroactively. The amount of the arrears should remain based on the amount in the child support order. It was up to the non-custodial parent to request a modification of the original order if their circumstances changed and they could not pay.Your chances are always better if you are represented by an attorney.Some general background:The non-custodial parent is responsible for paying the amount specified in the child support order. Arrears will be assessed according to that amount. The court can modify the amount due in the child support order for future obligations but it should not do so retroactively. The amount of the arrears should remain based on the amount in the child support order. It was up to the non-custodial parent to request a modification of the original order if their circumstances changed and they could not pay.Your chances are always better if you are represented by an attorney.


Yes, in most circumstances. However, you need to notify the court of the change in circumstances as soon as possible. The existing child support order and custody order will remain in effect until the court is notified. You should be aware that any child support arrears that accumulated prior to the modification of the existing court orders still need to be paid.


In such a situation the support order will remain valid and collectible. When the person is released from custody the child support enforcement division for the state will take whatever action required to recover the monies owed. The matter of a non custodial parent being in a position where they are unable to honor a support order does not change the terms of said order. For that to happen the non custodial parent must petition the court to have the order amended or rescinded.


It is not legal to break the court order and he could be charged with kidnapping. He would take the risk of never seeing his kids again.If the non-custodial parent refuses to return the child, the usual procedure is for the custodial parent to first contact the child protection/enforcement agency for assistance. A social worker accompanied by police who have jurisdiction where the minor child is in residence will contact the non custodial parent and request the release of the minor to them. After a preliminary investigation of the circumstances they usually transport the minor child/children to the primary custodian .However, if there are circumstances which suggest the minor may have been endangered and/or neglected in either household he or she will remain in state's custody. All such action is reported to the court. A hearing is scheduled where all parties are required to attend. The judge will decide at that time what action if any should be implemented.


There must be a significant change in circumstances. You can petition the court and request a modification of the custody order. Your arrears will remain and you must pay them.There must be a significant change in circumstances. You can petition the court and request a modification of the custody order. Your arrears will remain and you must pay them.There must be a significant change in circumstances. You can petition the court and request a modification of the custody order. Your arrears will remain and you must pay them.There must be a significant change in circumstances. You can petition the court and request a modification of the custody order. Your arrears will remain and you must pay them.


It depends upon the custodial conditions. If the parents are still legally married and the minor is their biological child then said child can leave the current family residence with the parent who is relocating. The parent objecting to the move has the option to petition the court for temporary physical custody of the minor. If the court accepts the petition the minor must remain in the current home with the father until a final custodial hearing is held and a decision is made as to the dispensation of custody to each parent.


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Try to talk to both parents. Make certain there is a definite visitation schedule so that you can remain in close contact with both parents. You should also ask for help in setting up a computer link so you can talk with your far-away parent any time.


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Why not, if you remain friends.


Yes, unless you have the approval of someone in authority who has made a preliminary determination that abuse has taken place, and has made an official report. Simply contacting family services is not always a good idea as most often they will take the child into the system, rather than allow the child to remain with the non-residential parent.The suspecting parent should not extensive question a child about abuse, as children will say what they think the parent wants to hear, and an older child may be simply trying to manipulate the parents. Take the child to a doctor or ER Room to be examined. Do not shop around to find a doctor that will simply agree with you.If a week day, file am Emergence Child In Need of Care and Emergency Temporary Change of Custody Motions.To simply retain possession of the child could result of being charged with parental abduction.


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That parent must return to court and request a change in custody. Until the court has modified the existing orders they remain in effect.That parent must return to court and request a change in custody. Until the court has modified the existing orders they remain in effect.That parent must return to court and request a change in custody. Until the court has modified the existing orders they remain in effect.That parent must return to court and request a change in custody. Until the court has modified the existing orders they remain in effect.


Yes, as children remain in the jurisdiction of the court.


It stays with its mother for 9 to 12 months.


No. A petition for modification must be filed with the court. Until that is allowed the child support order will remain in effect.No. A petition for modification must be filed with the court. Until that is allowed the child support order will remain in effect.No. A petition for modification must be filed with the court. Until that is allowed the child support order will remain in effect.No. A petition for modification must be filed with the court. Until that is allowed the child support order will remain in effect.


(in the US) 19 years of age is certainly past the age of emancipation in any state. Perhaps your parent(s) are being protective of you and simply want you to be able to finish school and graduate. However, there can be other reasons why your parent wishes you to remain at home, for instance: if a custodial parent is receiving child support until you complete high school, if you move out the child support paid to them would stop.



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