Does your 1st child support payment go down if you remarry and have a 2nd child?
A child support payment can possibly go down if a household size increases. Changes in income are the most likely reason a child support payment will go down.
That full depends on the state involved
Generally, no. Child support is a percentage of the obligor's net income. However, sometimes there is an additional payment for child care.
That is odd. Here in this state Maine it is noted as a child support payment and does go as such on records, when given to the custodial parent for past due child support owed as such a payment to child support and should be a credit towards the child support owed. You need to check with your State Child Support as you did not mention the State you are in. But where it is… Read More
As concerns child support? That depends on the extras on the order. If child care is being paid, and is no longer needed, the child support payment goes down. see links below
You have to go to court unless he pays voluntarily. It's always good to have these things down on paper in case oyu one day don't get along.. I suggest that you contact your State's child support agency. When you get an interview with them, bring all the papers relating to your child support: birth certificates, acknowledgments of paternity, court orders, payment records, etc. Be polite but persistent. Good luck!
If the father is going to get social security disability do they have to stop paying support and would they still have to pay the back pay they owe?
They can get them modified. The payment would go down to the amount of the child benefit check.
The purpose of child support is to support your child. Whatever else you do in your life has nothing to do with your responsibility to your child. If you have children with your new spouse - you still have to support your child from the former marriage. None of this is about YOU. It's about your child and his needs - and believe me, no judge is going to care how much added responsibility you've… Read More
What can you do if they froze your bank account you have proof that you paid all your child support and they are saying that you owe arrears?
You should take a copy of the court order for arrears and the current child support order along with all your proof of payment and sit down with a representative from child support enforcement or from the family court and ask them to review review your case. If you have an attorney, the attorney could review your situation, make certain you are paid up, and expedite the unfreezing of your bank account. If not then… Read More
did Il. child support shut down
If child support goes down can they make you pay the other parent the amount you got over the new payment from prior too the set of the new price?
I don't really understand your question, but child support is based on a percentage of the parent who doesn't have primary physical placement. That's usually the standard unless there are extreme circumstances like a child who has special medical needs, etc.
Contact Child Support Services in your area and provide them with as much information on the father as possible. They will eventually track him down.
No. The SSI is extra to help her with her problem, not to replace child support.
They sure can. If you have the child over 50% of the time, the parent can be required to pay child support. Go down to your local family court and ask how you do it.
It may be used to reduce the child support amount, but support is a monthly obligation for the ongoing support of the child, and property only lasts short term. A year down the road she could go on welfare and they will than raise it.
Yes, the non custodial parent will have to file for a change in the child support for it to be lowered. The new child support will be based on the new income.
Child support and visitation rights are two separate issues. You have to consider what is best for the child and most judges find it best if the child has access to both parents. He has to petition the court for visitation right and you can sue him for child support. If he is down on his luck and can't pay the child should not be punished by having the father taken away.
Your child payments will never go down, the cost of a child will only go up.
If the child support order provides that the non-custodial parent pay then yes, of course. Living on campus implies the child is in college and needs the support of both parents. Living on campus costs money. Costs don't go down when your child enters college.
Well it isn't a crime. It's a civil matter, but if they aren't paying according to the court order then get child support services involved to hunt them down.
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Yes, if there's a significant change in either parent's circumstances, or one child has emancipated or died.
Hands down California has some of the toughest child support laws in the United states. California just like most U.S. states also is guilty of having an outdated system for tracking child support payments. For more in depth information regarding child support laws check out the site listed in related links
Is it legal for your ex to pay child support to his current girlfriend to keep you from getting the full amount you are owed for your children with him?
The ex is not actually paying child support to the current girlfriend unless there is a court order stating that he must due to location or other circumstances. If there is a legal agreement in place stating that he must pay child support to both children, then yes your child support amount may go down. If he does not have an order stating that his payment amount to you changed, then he is legally obligated… Read More
When you put down a down payment the price is already set. You must get them to come down before you agree to purchase which is what your down payment represents.
yes it does! In general, the birth of a subsequent child[ren] will not affect the parent's obligation to the older child[ren]. When calculating support for younger children, support actually ordered and paid for older children is subtracted from net income.
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It doesn't matter to whom you are married as long as the father is listed on the birth cerificate. You need to go down to your local family court courthouse and obtain the paperwork to file for a child support hearing. Then you will go through that process, with or without a lawyer, and a child support order will be issued and then the father will be legally responsible to pay you child support.
then they will or should cut down the cost of child support. they have to base it on how much you make but you do have to take it up in court and let them know that you are either not making enough or you don't have a job, otherwise you are going to build up a lot of back child support
Can you file for a passport in another state If you owe back child support in one state can you be denied if you file for a passport in another state?
Child support is tracked by the federal government, not just the various states. On a personal note, you should be catching up on child support since that is more important than traveling. It is not just the money, it is the support of the child(ren) that you chose to bring into the world. Don't let them down.
The car dealer is not required to collect a down payment. The finance company is the one who usually asks for it. If they desire a down payment, they will contact you to get it.
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If father is paying support for two kids and has another that he has to pay support to does child support for the first two go down?
If I am correct yes it depends because his child support due is based on his income if he makes enough to pay the same for all three children then no otherwise yes but not by much. In general, child support is a percentage of net income. When calculating support for younger children, support actually ordered and paid for older children is subtracted from net income.
It went NSF and your down payment is not paid. You will likely incur extra charges as well for the NSF not only from the bank but from whomever the down payment was for.
Down Payment: Payment, which is a loan in advance with no securities for the borrower or the buyer. Advance Payment: Payment which is connected with respective responsibilities. That means that the borrower or buyer gets some securities from the lender or vendor.
Visitation rights and child support are two separate issues. Regardless if you see the child or not she will still need food and clothes etc. It's not something you pay just so you get to see her. That also means that if you one day are down on your luck and absolutely can not pay child support you can still have right to see her. The child has right to both parents. Even if you… Read More
Yes. All children have the right to be supported even if the father is married to someone else. Go down to your local child support enforcement agency and open a case.
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Typically, the custodial parent of a minor continues to receive child support until the minor becomes an adult or is emancipated. But, if the minor is on drugs, this issue should be raised with family services, who could take possession of the child and the payment. You could go for custody, that that could result in just transferring the problem to you ho may not be any better suited toward handling it. The fact if… Read More
The calculator lets you plug in various down payment amonuts to see what your monthly payments will be. This will allow you to determine the proper amount for a down payment, and the peace of mind to know that you can afford the monthly payment.
The average down payment for a home loan is often twenty percent of the purchase price. For example a down payment on a home of $200,000 would be $40,000.
You are going to have to file a motion to terminate the support order in the court that issued the original order. Inquire at that court or give the Family Court Clerk down at the County Courthouse a call.
In Illinois, a net income of $250,000 would generally result in a support obligation of approximately $50,000 for one child (i.e., 20%). However, the courts may deviate up or down from that guideline.
You don't ever have to put a down payment down (unless your lender bank requires you to), however 20% of the value usually is the norm. We bought our house with NO down payment.
What is the minimum percent down payment to buy a 250,000.00 home?
Can a car be repossessed if you are late making the remainder of the down payment but have been on time making the car payment?
YES, making the down payment is part of the contract and you are in default on it.