How do you get your ex now who you still love who is very emotional and still in love with youto get over you because you can't be with her as you cannot be with her because you cannot support her?
unfortunately, the only way to do it is to cut off all ties with her completely. it will hurt her for quite a while, but if u don't do it, she will never leave u alone and will always hang on to that little chance that she may get u back. the more u run for her, answer her calls or keep having heart to heart talks, the more she will think she still has a chance. I'm pretty sure this will work, its hard (I know i had to do it once) but it worked. good luck!
If there is DNA and the father is ordered to pay child support and is behind does he have the right to visit the child if there is no court order to do so?
Yes. Visitation cannot be denied because of lack of payment of child support. The child support still needs to be paid because there could be jail time involved if there is too much owed and late. BUT, you cannot use visitation priveledges as retribution because (its the law, and) the visitation is for the children, not yourself. The child support is there to assist in the expences of raising children.
What is up with the Florida state laws Dad's can still visit child even if he does not pay child support dumb?
Do you need to pay child support if you have an intervention order stopping you from seeing the child?
My emotional health is just fine, but strained because my husband is not well and we are counting on two tests Tuesday to come out negative (hopefully.) Still, we are both up beat because we love each other and we have beaten better odds against us than this. We are also blessed with people from this board and our friends and family surrounding us with their caring and support. You can't get better than that!
Your child will turn 18 this June and the child support will stop however she will be attending a university in the fall Is there any way that her child support can continue for her education?
Can you move out of your parents house legally if your only 16 and still in school but have a job and a drivers licence in Ohio?
yes it can,it can because there was once water and properties that we humans need today so by scientific research mars can support life There is not one bit of oxygen on Mars, so humans do not have what they need to live most importantly which is oxygen. We know that Mars cannot support Earth-like forms of life because there is very little atmosphere, very little water, and it is too cold. However, we cannot…
If your son gives up his right to his 2 year old daughter he never gets to see her because the mother of his daughter does not approve of his wife. Is he still responsible for her support?
Your son is entitled to have visitation with his daughter. It sounds as though he and the child's mother are not married and he has allowed her to have too much control. Only a court can determine that he cannot visit with his daughter. He needs to establish paternity by a court order. The court will establish a visitation schedule and child support order. There may be no need to 'fight'. If he has a…
obviously its not legal, because if she's asking for child SUPPORT that means she needs you to support her while the kids are with her.. it can also count as fraud. obviously its not legal, because if she's asking for child SUPPORT that means she needs you to support her while the kids are with her.. it can also count as fraud.
Can a 16 year old living in Canada move out of her parents' home and into her best friend's house and would your mom still have to support you?
Does a parient still have to pay child support on a child if the child goes on disability in Missouri?
Yes. The parent is still responsible for providing support until the child support order is modified by the court. Yes. The parent is still responsible for providing support until the child support order is modified by the court. Yes. The parent is still responsible for providing support until the child support order is modified by the court. Yes. The parent is still responsible for providing support until the child support order is modified by the…