How long do you have to pay back child support in New Mexico?
That is a decision of the court.
If the father of a child gets married and owes back child support can the spouse be obligated to pay his back child support in Indiana?
In ALL 50 states you pay child support until your obligation is complete. If you owe back support (regardless of what state you are in) you MUST pay the back support regardless of the age or disability of the child. In unique circumstance the age of the child support obligation can be increased through a guardianship probate court case
You certainly can, so long as there was an order for child support when you had the child. If arrears accumulated and the other parent now has the child, you are still entitled to the arrears. If there was not a preexisting order for support when you had the child, you might be able to receive retro support, though the laws vary from state to state.
Once a child is an adult, there typically is no more child support. Once a child has been adopted, the child support typically ends. The person that was supposed to be paid the child support can sue for owed money. If they are no longer living, the estate can sue for it. There are statute of limitations that apply to how long afterwards this can happen.
How long does an adult child have to sue for back child support if a child support order was never issued?
Your mother should have pursued your father in court for child support when you were young. In most jurisdictions you have no legal standing to sue your father for child support now, and especially if there was no original child support order. If there was an order at some time your mother may be able to sue for arrears but that seems not to be the case.
you pay child support until your total child support obligation is met regardless of the age of the child (IE If you are 10 years behind on child support and the child is 18; you will still owe that 10 years in back support even though it means you won't be paid up until the child is 28) Your current child support obligations do cease if the child turns 18, joins the military (even at…
If a noncustodial father pay child support for a child from a previous marriage is the new spouse responisible for back child support in California?
You pay 600 per month child support to the State of Texas for a child you have never seen but who has your DNA The child will be 18 years old in June 2009 Does that end your court ordered obligation?
As long as there is no back-support owed (Child support that is owed from previous months not paid) then 18 is the cut off limit for child support and you would no longer be obligated to pay. HOWEVER, in the state of Texas, if the child continues into college, the legal guardian of the child can bring you to court to continue the support until the child graduates from college.
Can a woman file for child support fifteen years later to a man that has no idea he might be the father and has not seen nor spoke to the woman or child in fifteen years?
How long do you pay child support on a child that goes to college 200 miles away and has an apartment and job?
Review your state laws, separation agreement and child support order for the term of the child support. Review your state laws, separation agreement and child support order for the term of the child support. Review your state laws, separation agreement and child support order for the term of the child support. Review your state laws, separation agreement and child support order for the term of the child support.
The mother of my children gets child support and my children don't live with her Is this illegal and can i take her to court for back pay?
You need to go to court to modify your child support agreement. Yes, as long as your old agreement hasn't been modified, she can legally collect child support from you. There may be provisions in your support agreement by which your children do not have to reside with her, especially if the money is still going toward their support. The court probably won't make your ex-wife pay back the money, but it will give you…
The child support laws are too long to print here. See the related link to read through the statutes. The child support laws are too long to print here. See the related link to read through the statutes. The child support laws are too long to print here. See the related link to read through the statutes. The child support laws are too long to print here. See the related link to read through the…
It depends on what you mean by authorities. As for filing a motion to enforce, the obligee usually needs to make the request of child support enforcement, however, due to the drop in the economy, and the number of out of work fathers owing child support, there is a severe backlog of cases. see link below