Not ususally, but it really depends upon the issues involved. For example, child support obligations are not considered debts when it pertains to bankruptcy.
No - child support debts are not discharged in bankruptcy.
In this state, a stepmother's income does not count toward a stepchild's child support.
You have to list child support arrears as a debt and you have to list child support payments in the budget. Child support arrears cannot be discharged, however.
No, the debt is all his.
I hope you are not giving it to the child
Debt consolidation schemes are almost never a good idea. Also, keep in mind that there is no statute of limitations on collecting unpaid child support, and unpaid support is not discharged in bankruptcy.
SSI does not count as income for child support purposes and child support cannot be garnished from SSI payments.
It doesn't. Child support does not count as income and is not taxable for the recipient.
Child support debt cannot be charged off in a bankruptcy.
In most cases, no, child support collection cannot be stopped until the debt is fully paid.
You need to review your particular child support order for the terms and length of your obligation. If you owe back child support the debt remains until it is paid.
Child support cannot be claimed on taxes. A payer of child support may be able to claim the child as a dependent, but the payments are not tax deductible or count as taxable income.
No, only the biological parents pay for their child.
Whether you can eliminate a debt that resulted from a divorce decree will depend on the type of debt. If you owe child support or alimony from a divorce then you will not be able to eliminate the debt in bankruptcy. If the divorce assigned some debt to you as part of the divorce and it was not assigned as child support or alimony then you may be able to eliminate the debt in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to eliminate debt assigned to you that is in the nature of a property settlement and not child support or alimony.
If you owe back child support, yes, your tax refund can be taken to repay that debt.
Yes, and continuing child support owed after in states like Missouri where death is not a justiable cause for not paying support.
shure why not
You will need to check with a lawyer in your jurisdiction, as the nature of failure to pay child support debt varies from state to state. At the very least, I suspect that you can have a lien placed against your property/home for the amount of back child support (i.e. liens indicate debt owed when the property is sold). I would find it very unlikely that a child support debt would allow for forced sale of a primary residence, though I could easily see that forced sale of "investment" property to satisfy a child support debt could be possible. Once again, please consult and actual Family Law attorney.
obviously its not legal, because if she's asking for child SUPPORT that means she needs you to support her while the kids are with her.. it can also count as fraud. obviously its not legal, because if she's asking for child SUPPORT that means she needs you to support her while the kids are with her.. it can also count as fraud.
Children are never entitled to child support and cannot sue their parents for child support money. Child support is a debt paid from one parent to the other.