Child support is paid to the custodial parent. Generally you have no control over it unless you have evidence the mother is neglecting the children. In that case you would need to try to gain custody yourself or have the court arrange some supervision.
The problem of fathers who do not want to pay child support over to their ex-wives is extremely common. However, the custodial parent has the right to decide how to spend the child support in any way that benefits the children, within reason, without having to account to the child support obligor. It is not "spending money" for the child. Child support is provided for help in paying for the child's needs that can include anything that must be provided for the child including shoes and clothing, medical and dental expenses, school expenses, rent, recreational activities, heat and utilities and food.
It is in the best interest of your child for you to pay child support. If the child is still living in Mexico and the mother has a court order, you need to pay support. If there is no court order, you are not legally obligated to pay support.
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.
It is not clear from your question whether you are the father of the child. If you are the father of the child, you are legally obligated to pay child support if a child support order has been entered by a court. If you are not the father of the child but are living with the child's mother you are not obligated to pay child support.
is child support payed if mother dies and child is 18.
Yes the father would still have to pay child support if he did not have custody of the child and the mother did not work.
The only way a mother can be forced to pay child support in any state, is if she does not have primary custody of the child. If the child or children live primarily with the father, then the mother can be made to pay child support.
Yes, as long as you have custody of the child/children. Just as the mother can choose for the father to PAY child support.
If you are paying child support to a mother and the child is not living with her, you are still obligated to pay her if you have a court order to do so. In that case, you can petition the court to change the order. You can expect that you will have to pay whoever has the child instead of paying the mother.
yes, he always should pay child support because she is his child.
Yes, you will still have to pay child support because you are the mother or father of the child, and that makes you still pay child support.
he will have to pay back child support if owed unless mother agrees not to or he will have to pay back support if owed to state like if mother was on state aid,but no he will not have to pay for future support
If you are married to the mother, no. Then you share everything naturally. But if you have a child and you are separated or not married to the mother, and you do not have custody of the children, you have to pay child support
DO NOT ever pay child support to the mother or the child. Pay it through the courts or the State Disbursement Unit.
Can a mother still keep her child from seeing the father even if he doesn't pay child support?"
Child support is for absent parents.
of course not the father if he wanted to can keep seeing his child the mother can not do that it is the fathers child to furthermore the father will have to pay child support no matter what
No you do not. The mother-to-be can not sue for child support until after birth.
If the court has said you are to pay child support, your marital status does not matter.
Child support would generally go to the person raising the child. Mother might even be ordered to pay to father.
You can try, but the mother's new spouse isn't responsible for your child.
If mom is a non-custodial parent, it's likely she will have to pay child support.
You might have to pay child support if you were married to the mother when the child was conceived/born, or if you signed an acknowledgment of paternity.
You are still the father of the child regardless of where the mother is; so of course you still have to pay support. In such case the payment would go to whoever the child's legal guardian is while the mother is in custody.
Because the mother leaves the state does not change who the father of the child is. Yes, the father is still required to pay child support.