If a grandmother has the child and the parent did not sign custody papers can the grand parent file for child support in the state of North Carolina?
Yes who ever has the child legally can file for child support. But you have to demonstrate to the court that the child has been residing with you and you have the physical custody and you want to keep the physical custody and give the other parent visitation and joint legal custody. This is the fastest way to get things done and a direct answer lol.
It's not necessarily automatic. You should show the custody order to the venue that issued the child support order.
Laws vary from state to state. Custody papers have nothing to do with it.
Why would a birth mother be getting served papers from her kids uncle if she hasn't had custody for 7 yrs?
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Generally no, though there is a presumption of primary residential custody for the obligee parent. In states like California, the amount of time the obligor parent has the child affects the amount of child support ordered. Clarification Child support orders and custody orders are separate. Generally, the parent who pays child support pays it to the custodial parent.
You signed joint custody papers with your ex and they say there is no child support but he doesnt get her for equal time as you He gets her on weekends Is there any way you can still get child support?
You may be able to petition the court to modify your custody order which includes a request for child support going forward.
What do you about support when you are the non-custodial parent and the custodial parent sends them to live with you but won't sign papers giving you custody?
You must go to the family court to see about getting the custody changed.
If the non custodial parent has custody of the child for 6 months and child support is not returned to him as per the custody papers what are his rights toward seeking full custody?
You should take this matter back to court immediately to modify your current agreement. Ensure that you are prepared to show proof that the custody arrangement has changed, and that support has been paid to the custodial parent (on paper) although circumstances have changed. Request that the backdated support be paid in addition to child support going forward
no because they might ask for their papers
The summons will be served by the sheriff department of the county where the non custodial parent resides.
You can get work papers in South Carolina by going to your school if you are 15 years.
Yes it can. Custodial orders as well as child support orders can be established after a divorce and does not have to be included in divorce papers, although it is more common to do so.
You will need to get your attorney who filed your custody papers to give you the access to them online or to print them for you. These papers cannot be accessed without authorization.
Can the noncustodial parent receive child support from the custodial parent if it is in court papers that there is joint custody of children?
It is assumed you mean the parents have joint legal custody and one parent has physical custody. Generally, the parent with physical custody is awarded the child support since child support is intended to help pay for the child needs, living expenses and all the associated costs of raising the child. The custodial parent has much more in living expenses that are associated with raising the child. See related question link.
Probably not. Unless both ex-spouses happen to earn absolutely identical incomes there will usually always be a salary discrepancy that will be be made up by support payments.
Do I have custody of my child if your name isn't on the birth certificate but paternity test proves I am 99.8 percent the father?
You don't get automatic custody after a test, you get rights to the child. You have to go to court and get custody orders. Go to your courthouse, to the family court section, get a list of lawyers you can call and papers to file for custody. Next, child support will probably come up. So get ready for a battle.
Is he needing custody of his child, or is this on himself?
Get your lawyer to make the changes.
How old does a child have to be in North Carolina to make up their on mind if there no custudy papers is it true they can be 16 and their nothing there daddy can do i want him to come and live with m?
The legal age in North Carolina is 18. Until a child is emancipated or the age 18, the are in custody of their parents and have to listen and live with them.
The papers would be legal anywhere. In or out of country.
You need to contact the Friend of the Court in the county that you were divorced. Also, you may still be required to pay support if your child is still in high school. Read your divorce papers or custody agreement.
If you have custody of your child and you want to give full custody back to the mother, you need to file new papers with the court. The papers will make the change in custody legal. There does not need to be a trial when both parents agree on what's best for the child unless the mother was found to be unfit.
If there is an outstanding custody and child support order, it must be modified by the court that issued it. You need to contact the court or your attorney for the procedure.
Careless of you. We don't have them. Apply for duplicates.
If you are not served with papers and you know about the pending case than you should contact a family law attorney to get you in the court and part of the custody. Its too complex to do it yourself. Retain an attorney.
When a parent does not have court ordered custody papers..any parent can have thr chilld...EX if the father takes him and doesn't want to return them well there is nothing you can do...if you call the police..they want a copy of the court ordered custody papers to remove the child from the non custodial parent....protect yourself get court ordered papers....my children were take by their father...i had no choice but to wait it out till… Read More
If a father gave full custody of the children to the mother on their divorce papers what right does the father still have to see his children or share custody?
You have the visitation rights that were established in the divorce, and you have no custody rights.
If you are a non-custodial parent and you sign temporary custody papers do you still have to pay child support?
Temporary custody papers will include all provisions for the child/children including amount of child support to be paid. A temporary agreement is made when guidelines need to be set/enforced before the matter goes to court. The child still as necessities that must be provided for, therefore I would say yes... whichever parent the child is living with is entitled to the amount of childsupport set forth by the laws in your state.
Go to the Clerks of the Court at your county court house. Ask for papers for temporary custody. They will steer you in the right direction.
Even though your sister has temporary custody of you can your mom still sign the papers for you to get married?
You would need the signature of the person who has custody of you at the time.
My brother was served papers and she is wants full custody. He needs 50 percent custody. how to go about this?
see links below
In Family Court of the city of which the child has been living.
Not unless she signs the papers.
The Federalists Papers were written to support the U.S Constitution
Child support is paid to the wife so she can have money to raise the child. Maybe your husband made more money than his wife when they were still married. It's all in divorce papers. Talk to your husband about it.
The issue of whether the custodial parent can move the children is very tricky. If you are lucky, it was covered in the custody settlement papers. You need to read the agreement to see if it is there. If not, you need to contact your custody lawyer or family court advisor, and see how you can get an amendment to the agreement papers.
Usually about 1-2 weeks but it can be a long as 30 days. Ast the other side has to be notified and allowed to anser the custody filing
it depends on your custody papers and what they say... if you have joint custody NO.... if you have residential custody maybe with court allowing it.... if you have sole custody then you would need to inform him but you could leave!!!
Depends on your joint custody papers contained as part of your judgment for dissolution of marriage.
Yes, however is not necessary or advisable unless there is a concern that someone else will claim to be the person and accept the papers.
As regards what? see links below
you have to go through Family Court to file papers.
30 days after service
Yes. If you file for child support, the father (if the two of you were not married when the child was born) will have to take a paternity test or sign a consent form agreeing that he is the father. I am not sure how other states work but that is correct for Florida. Believe me, I know, I am currently going through a custody/child support battle.
Only by a court. If visitation is not granted to the other parent the police may get involved and only care what the divorce decree or custody papers say, not whether or not child support has been paid. In order to settle child support issues you must bring the issue to the power of attorney.
If you have joint custody with standard visitation and not living in the same city and you were to move near your ex is it possible to fight for 50 50 residential custody?
Certainly! Now that you live closer there is no reason you can't have the courts revise the custody papers and you have split custody of the child(ren). However, the two of you are adults and it's best (if you trust each other) that you try to settle things between you without having to go to court. If your ex is uncooperative it's time to have those custody papers revised.
If your matter was signed by a Judge in court, then you should have received a copy of the order from the court. If not, you can contact the court where the case was heard to request a copy. If you do not have a court order, then you have no proof of custody and only have what is called defacto custody
you can refuse to sign divorce papers in any state that's you right as a citizen
Are there any custody papers that can be filled out to make sure the mother of your child doesn't leave the state with your child?
That provision can be incorporated into the original custody order or you can file for modification to include it.
You can yes, however custody cases are usually contentious and it may be in your best interests to engage the services of an attorney.