They will be based on the parent's income and possibly other available assets. If said person is not employed it is likely the judge will order him or her to get a job. Before the question is raised, yes, a judge does have the legal authority in a child support and other such cases to enforce the order. If the person does not comply, he or she can be held in contempt of court and experience more legal complications, for example, being jailed.
Student status will not exempt you from paying support. However, support is based on a percentage of net income.
In general, child support is based on a percentage of net income. Being a student doesn't exempt one from paying support, altho lack of income might.
See Link BelowChild Support Age-At what age does child support stop and what steps need to be taken to bring this about?
Everyone can benefit from attending a junior college. The student can benefit by saving money and cutting back on needed student loan. Also, the person who is paying for the college benfits from a junior college.
my son is 21 years old, when can i stop paying child support?
When the child is 21.
Yes, they have to pay back college loans.
Visitation is separate in all respects from child support. You should get a job or live more cheaply so that you can pay child support. Paying off another loan is just delaying the problem, plus interest.
NO you have s secondary obligation for the note, not the money or how it was or was not used.
The legal age for the non-custodial parent, to stop paying child support if the child is in college is 21. Hope this helps.
telll me this who is paying child support?
The father will be paying (or SHOULD be paying) child support at LEAST until the child turns 18, and could possibly have to pay longer depending on what a judge says. For instance, in some cases if the father is a college graduate, then some courts require them to pay some kind of support if the child continues through college.
NO ... if your parents are divorcing or not the responsibility is on the student ... your patents don't have to fund your education weather that be elementary or collage ... if you are collecting child support then the parent who is paying said said support MUST pay till the age of 23 if said child is still in school ...
I hate to say it, but, yes, you are paying child support until the kid is out of college.
You will no longer have to pay child support once your child reaches 18 years old and they choose not to attend college. If they attend college full-time, you will be ordered to continue paying until they either graduate or drop out.
Depends on whether the child goes to college.
Whenever the legal papers say it ends.
In general, the amount of child support is based on net income; student status does not, in itself, exempt one from paying support. The court may require you to seek employment in order to meet your obligation to your child[ren].
Barack Obama paid for college with student loans, scholarships, grants, student jobs and the help of his grandparents. Both he and wife Michelle finished paying off their loans as recent as last year.
It typically does not depend on age. However, most students will spend 10 years paying back student loans. Undergraduate students will normally begin paying back student loans 6 months after they graduate.
Billions of dollars in financial aid is available to those who need help paying for college. Learn more about student aid and college tuition at collegeboard.com.
Most definitely! There would be absolutely no excuse for someone not paying child support, if it is not paid legal actions can be taken.
A parent quits paying child support when the child reaches the age of 18