You have to be married (at least in our state) for one year and then there is an 'application' process. It took a few months to get completed as we had to "petition the court" to terminate the parental rights of the bio father that had nothing to do with the child. All in all there were 3 court visits and only about $125 in fees. A fairly easy process.
IF SHE IS YOUR STEP DAUGHTER ,THEN NO . BUT IF YOU ARE ON HER BIRTH CERTIFICATE, THEN YES.
My daughter has my last name, her dad isn't on the birth certificate but he does pay child support. can i change her last name when i get married and how? My daughter has my last name, her dad isn't on the birth certificate but he does pay child support. can i change her last name when i get married and how?
Yes i never signed my sons Birth certificate and they take child support from me.
Various connective tissues connects all body parts and even give them support. Bone is one of these tissues.
Tissue that provides support and connects all of our body parts is skin:)
Yes..My husband has a court ordered child support and he is Not listed on the birth certificate of his Son.
No. However, if the alleged father has signed the birth certificate, he is acknowledging that the child is his. There are steps to take in order to be taken off of the birth certificate and relieved of the obligation of child support, including a paternity test and an amendment to the birth certificate.
Only if the daughter is underage.
A lot of the upper back muscles use a scapula for support.
The skeletal system
your cartlidge and bones
If the father is unknown, you can't file for support.
Authenticated certificate to support neglegence/ignorance.
the tissue is called the Skeletal Tissue that provides soupport and connects all of your body parts... ilyBrettBurns! :)
the mesentery connects and supports the small intesting.
Yes and he still have to pay whether he signs the birth certificate or not.
You don't pay. Somebody needs to get another job.
Yes, this is done frequently, even if the mother does not know who the father is. In January, a 21 year old Kansas man was informed by the IRS that his tax return would be intercepted due to owing child support arrears for his 15 year old daughter.