No, because he's not making any money, but as soon as he hits the streets he has to get a job (according to the justice system and the parole board) and keep in touch with his parole officer. Then you should start seeing some of that child support.
How can you keep in touch with his parole officer? Are they actually alowwed to give out any information?ANSWERYES, he does, i knew some one who got locked up and was on child support, and right now he owes the mother 30000 dollars and 2 years later he just finished paying it, plus he has to continue with it as life as usual
If there was a child support order in place prior to the father's incarceration, then he continues to rack up the debt every month he's there. He should petition the court for a modification of support based on his drastic change of circumstances. That way, he won't emerge owing her $50,000.
But the minute he gets out, she'll run to the court for an upward modification, and we would hope that he will be able to find a job and step up to the plate again.
I would think that they could pay child support from prison. They make money. They have a job. I am doing some research on the topic now so when I find more information I will post it here.
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.
This depends on if the father has an income while he is incarcerated,such as income from a business that the father owns and that is still able to operate without him while he is in prison or if the father is eligible for a work release program from the prison or if the father is eligible for an inmate job in the prison.. If the father is incarcerated and is not eligible for any such programs and has no other means of income then the child support will continue to be added to his unpaid balance and will be waiting for him to begin paying when he is released..
Until/unless you are determined to be the child's father, no.
Only if you qualify for Welfare. Child support arrears cannot accrue on someone in prison.
Both parents are legally responsible for the child until/unless there's an adoption. Support is generally based on a percentage of net income. But, according to Judge David Grey Ross, Commissioner of the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement, child support obligations cease while interned.
Child support for the grandchild is the responsibility of the grandchilds father, not the grandchild. If the father is a minor, you can take his parents to court for support.
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.
No. Custody and child support orders are separate. A father who is paying child support should request a visitation schedule if he wants to spend time with his child. On the other hand, you cannot make a father spend time with his child is doesn't want to.
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
If a father leaves a child he should always pay, that's a horrid thing to do
The father will be required to pay child support to the child's guardians if they so request it.The father will be required to pay child support to the child's guardians if they so request it.The father will be required to pay child support to the child's guardians if they so request it.The father will be required to pay child support to the child's guardians if they so request it.
It depends on the state. In most states the father would still be required to pay child support, even though he is living with the mother and the child. However, if the father was financially supporting the mother and child, it's likely that the courts would suspend the child support order.
Revenue does not modify child support obligations. You need to file a motion/petition in the venue that issued the order for support.
Yes. It need only be arranged with the Prison Authority. But, you cannot collect child support, nor can he accrue arrears, until he's released, according to Judge David Grey Ross, Commissioner of the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement.
Divorce is something that happens between spouses, not between parents and children. A child's refusal to see the father does not affect the father's child support obligation.
Go back in time and keep your pants on.
In most states, child support arrears can only be reduced by court order dating back to the date the petition was made. Your best bet is to hire an attorney to file the proper paperwork whiile you are in prison.
No, that obligations is to the father of that unborn child. Also, once high school is completed your financial obligation for support ends.
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.
No the child support starts after you have divorced him. As long as you are married you share everything so what ever he makes is yours. If you mean while you are married to someone else, yes it can. If you are married to but separated from the child's father, with or without a court order, you can receive child support from him.
Actually it stops while in prison, according to Judge David Grey Ross, Commissioner of the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement.see link
It depends entirely on the court order outlining the child support. If the father feels as though support is no longer necessary due to a change in conditions, he can petition the court for a change in the child support orders. You may have to pay for college expenses. Do what is right for your child.
The parent would get support from the children's father--only while the children are in her custody as minors.