How can a person collect child support when they have to pay child support?
You sue the person for child support. Just because you pay child support for one child does not mean you can not receive child support for the one you have custody of.
Yes, child support has no bearing on your income. It is considered income to support the children. Your lack of employment will not affect the need for the other individual to pay you. If the other person becomes unemployed, they will still need to pay you.
Yes. Andre Rison had to pay over $60K of his pension to back child support.
Yes he has to pay child support.
The State can place a lien on an IRA to collect child support arrearages, yes.
In most cases the parent who has the child doesn't have to pay child support. The parent who does not have the child pays child support if they want visitation rights. In most jurisdictions, the non custodial parent must pay child support even without visitation rights.
Can a mother be forced to pay back child support she received for two kids when only one child actually lived with her?
Although I feel fathers should, in most cases, be part of their children's lives and certainly take responsibility for paying child support, it's dishonest to collect child support for two children when you only had one at home. If this was the agreement with the court, then yes, your ex can make you pay back some of that money. Let's hope he has a big heart! Marcy It is fraud to collect child support for… Read More
A person may have to pay child support even if the child is 18 and in college and has a medical condition. This may be true if the person owes back child support.
Your ex-wife's husband has no obligation to pay child support. An ex husband, if a support order exists, can be turned over to the support enforcement department in your state. It is their job to collect.
when a person has a child it is mandatory that they pay child support no matter where they live
No, a person will not be ordered to pay child support on any children that are not his. The only way a person would be ordered to pay child support a child who is not theirs is if they had legally adopted that child.
You cannot make your mother-in-law pay you child support. The only person who you can demand child support from is the father of the child.
Yes, if the father has more time with the child than the mother, she will owe him child support.
Not unless he is the father of the child. Only the biological parents pay for their child.
Yes they still try to collect in any way they can. If you don't pay it then it goes to owed child support. They don't care if you don't have a job. Also they can put a lien on all your personal property.
The requirement for a person to pay child support is ordered by a judge, whether it is 1, 2 or 3 children for whom they must pay child support.
If a 17 year old moves out of parent's house and lives with a friend then turns 18 can the friend collect child support from the 18 year old's parent since the 18 year old is still in school?
The parents of a child do not have an obligation to pay child support to whoever the child decides to live with. Only if the court grants custody to another person and orders the parents to pay child support would an obligation arise.
If there is a court order for him to pay child support, the best thing to do is report his delinquent payments to your local Department of Human Services. They will work to collect the money he owes.
If the person has a responsibility toward the child then it is reasonable, and legal for the person to pay child support.
Most states do not allow a child to collect back support as an adult. Although the right to child support belongs to the child, support is payable to the custodial parent to assist in the care and upbringing of that child. If the custodial parent did not receive that support, then she (or he) made contributions that should have come from the other parent, and the right to collect the back support belongs to her.
Yes, if a parent owes back child support, they will have to pay it until it is zeroed out even when the children are grown. The age of the child does not affect back child support at all.
Visitation is not a reward or a prize he has to pay to see his child, or for the child to have access to his father. It's a parental right and a separate issue from child support and custody. You can not violate the court order for visitation. To address the child support issue you must file a motion for contempt against the father for his failure to pay child support. The court and the… Read More
You usually pay until the child is 18 but the laws vary between states and countries and it also depends on what the child support agreement says. How long you pay child support does not change whether you still have your parental rights or not.
Child support from a deployed soldier can still be taken from the soldiers pay and sent to you. You will need to speak to an attorney for more details.
A child support order is valid even when the person has been incarcerated, it is not "placed on hold". One of the terms of his or her release will be that they pay child support arrearages. If the person owns property and/or assets they can be seized and sold or have be incumbered by a lien even while the person is imprisoned. The custodial parent can enlist the aid of private counsel to take action… Read More
No, the person who has the child is the person who gets the child support so she would have to pay child support herself, as well as the father, to the person who has custody of the child.
If a child turns 18 does the father that didn't pay child support still owe back child support to the mother in SC?
The father probably still owes the back child support, but it may become more difficult to collect.
You must obtain a child support order from the court of jurisdiction in your area and then file a contempt in that court if he defaults on the child support payments. It is not easy to pursue a father who won't pay but your child deserves to be supported by both parents and you can get help if you are persistent.
There is nothing you can do about it because child support and visitation are two separate things. Even though a person does not pay their child support, you can still get into trouble if you do not allow them to have their visits with the child.
A person who is a citizen of the United States will be required to pay child support at age 18. Child support must also be paid until the child reaches the age of 18.
If the father of your children is in prison in Florida will the state pay child support and then your kids father pay it back when he gets out?
The state will not pay child support. The state may grant TANF and/or medical assistance to the child/custodial parent if they are indigent. If so, or at the CP's request, the state will attempt to collect the past-due support.
The person who needs to pay child support for the baby is the baby's father, not you because the baby is not your child.
Can military housing allowance be figured into child support even though the military member does not collect it?
Child support that all military members pay is called Aid to Dependent Children. Military Pay Command has schedules for this. It is extremely difficult to collect more than is already scheduled by military pay alowances. Actually, it is nearly impossible.
Child support would generally go to the person raising the child. Mother might even be ordered to pay to father.
Yes you do. The responsibility to pay child support does not stop simply because a person has quit their job, or lost it, or even if they are incarcerated. In some states, if a person collects unemployment, it can be used to pay child support. A tax interception can also be used to pay back child support. If no payments are being made, the obligor (the person who must pay support) may be taken into… Read More
What happens if you don't report your child doesn't live with you anymore and you get child support?
Keeping the money is theft. You will have to pay it back. The money should go to the person who have the kids and if that is none of the parents, both parent have to pay child support to that person.
What if your son will be 18 next year but will graduate when he is 19 He is living with his mother right now but wants to come live with you when he turns 18 Can you collect child support if this take?
Child support does not automatically go to the person with whom the child is living, it goes to whomever the court order says it does. If the court order says you have to pay child support until the child graduates, then you must pay child support until the child graduates, even if the child is actually living with you. You could almost certainly petition the court to change this, but you'd have to take the… Read More
No... because if you are paying child support it would be going to the person with physical custody.
They can take it out of your salary and eventually put you in prison if you continue to refuse to pay. State child support enforcement agencies have sweeping powers that can be used to collect child support arrears. They can take your tax refund, freeze your bank account and record a lien against your real property.
There is a punishment for not paying child support in Georgia. Typically, the authorities will take away the drivers license of the person who is not paying their child support payments. If the person continues not to pay, they will be arrested.
No. A person who is 18 is an adult and their education level has no bearing on child support unless you agreed to pay for education.
If by "back pay" you mean, support that was ordered and not paid - yes.
No, I do not have to pay child support.
As long as the court requires.
NO, this person is a minor.
No, but it is a bit confusing.
A judge in Florid can award you child support. Getting child support is quite difficult when the person required to pay it has no income.
Yes. Wrong! The only time some one pays "Back Child support" is if the work and do not pay the correct amount from their pay checks. If a person is unemployed the are not liabel for child support. It is the same as if a mother is not working: she can get welfare and she does not have to pay back the money.
In some states, a person may not have to pay child support while on workers comp. It will ultimately be up to a judge. All child support must be paid until a judge says so.
Yes. However, if the child's RSDI benefit is based on the obligor's SSA account, it is considered child support. If that benefit exceeds the amount ordered for child support, the obligor does not owe any additional payment.
No. However, the State may intercept or place liens on property owned by the two of you to collect past-due support.