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It seems unlikely that a non-custodial relative would have "standing" to request a change in child support.

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Can you sue your father for child support?

No. Your custodial parent must file a complaint for a child support order in the family court in your jurisdiction.



Can 60000 a year support a family?

Depends on the region and spending habits. Single custodial fathers survive are far less without government help or child support.


How does the custodial parent have all back child support erased in California?

The custodial parent willing to forgive the back support will need to contact the county child support office where the case is and request the necessary paperwork. Another quicker option will be to do this in court. If you and the other party are in front of a judge, it can be ordered immediately. You can call your family court and possibly file the motion yourself, (only paying the court filing fees) to go to court to modify child support AND get the back support adjusted.


How do you close a child support case in NYC?

The only person that can close a child support case in NYC is the custodial parent. If the custodial parent chooses to close the case, she (or he) needs to petition the family court that opened the case, as well as contact the division of child support enforcement for New York state.


Child Support ordered child tax credit to the non custodial father who has never written called or seen her in 8 years. Can he claim her on his taxes?

Generally, the custodial parent has the statutory right to claim the child as a dependent unless there is a court order specifying the non-custodial parent can claim the child. You should check with an attorney in your jurisdiction or an advocate at the family court. You should also review your child support order.Generally, the custodial parent has the statutory right to claim the child as a dependent unless there is a court order specifying the non-custodial parent can claim the child. You should check with an attorney in your jurisdiction or an advocate at the family court. You should also review your child support order.Generally, the custodial parent has the statutory right to claim the child as a dependent unless there is a court order specifying the non-custodial parent can claim the child. You should check with an attorney in your jurisdiction or an advocate at the family court. You should also review your child support order.Generally, the custodial parent has the statutory right to claim the child as a dependent unless there is a court order specifying the non-custodial parent can claim the child. You should check with an attorney in your jurisdiction or an advocate at the family court. You should also review your child support order.


In Louisiana when a sole custodial parent dies who has custody Does custody revert to non-custodial parent automatically?

It is not an automatic switch. However, the non custodial parent may file to take custody. If this is not an option another family member may step up.


In Texas family law if a child is 18 and a senior in high school decides to go and live with the non custodial parent can this non custodial parent sue for child support?

Yes, I was just sued for child support. I was the custodial parent and my ex owes me $30,000 in back child support and because my son didn't like having to do choirs at our house he went to go live with his father. Who in turn sued me for child support and now both my ex and I have to paid our son child support until he is 21 if he continues to go on to college.


What happens to the money owed to child support if the parents get married to one another?

If both parents get married to one another, then they are both supporting their own children in the normal manner, as a family, and nobody has to pay child support. Once the couple marries the child support order should be terminated by notifying the court. However, any child support arrears owed at that time to the state or to the custodial parent remain in effect until they are paid.


Would child support unit goes after the father for child support if you the mother receive energy assistant grant?

The mother needs to seek a child support order herself by filing a complaint in the local family court. The child support unit enforces child support orders issued by a family court.The child support unit can help the custodial parent in establishing and/or enforcing an order for support.


Can a child be declared emancipated if they decline to continue a relationship with their non-custodial parent?

No. Child Support has nothing to do with relationship. However, I you could file a court motion to determine the cause of not wanting a relationship and determined if the custodial parent/family/friends are promoting parental alienation towards the non-custodial parent.


What happens to child support when child is removed from custodial parent by Division of Youth and Family Services?

When the State assumes guardianship of a child, both parents become liable for child support, payable to the State as reimbursement.


Custodial parent needs kids on noncustodial parents time for family event non custodial parent refuses?

Event should not been scheduled for that day. have you offered, with a notarized letter, to trade time for another period?


What happens to the child when the custodial parent goes to jail?

Arrangements have to be made for the child to live with another family member or they go into foster care/


Can a custodial father file a request for child support if the ex wife is on unemployment?

If the father is the custodial parent he can request a child support order at the court that has jurisdiction over the case. He should consult with an attorney in his area who specializes in family law. Unemployment compensation is countable income for purposes of child support. If the father has legal custody, the amount of time that the child spends at the mother's home probably won't matter.


Can the non custodial father file for a child support order for himself?

Yes. A non-custodial parent can file a petition to establish his parental rights. He can petition to establish his paternity, to establish custody and visitation and to establish a child support order. He should visit the court and ask to speak with an advocate in the family court. If possible he should consult with an attorney.Yes. A non-custodial parent can file a petition to establish his parental rights. He can petition to establish his paternity, to establish custody and visitation and to establish a child support order. He should visit the court and ask to speak with an advocate in the family court. If possible he should consult with an attorney.Yes. A non-custodial parent can file a petition to establish his parental rights. He can petition to establish his paternity, to establish custody and visitation and to establish a child support order. He should visit the court and ask to speak with an advocate in the family court. If possible he should consult with an attorney.Yes. A non-custodial parent can file a petition to establish his parental rights. He can petition to establish his paternity, to establish custody and visitation and to establish a child support order. He should visit the court and ask to speak with an advocate in the family court. If possible he should consult with an attorney.


Can a non custodial parent write off his portion of babysitting fees?

No. It's your child. Your family. Your obligation. Clothes, food, toys, or care, custodial or not, you do not get to "write off" what it costs to support YOUR FAMILY. (And in this case, it's to have someone take care of your obligation so you can do something else). These are what you spend your after tax income on. Oh - the tax you pay...that takes care of them and you too.


Who is the plaintiff in a child support case?

The custodial parent or legal guardian of the minor child/children. Or in some instances state family services if a child has been declared a "ward of the state".



What happens to child support payments when child is removed from custodial parent by Division of Youth and Family Services and placed in foster care?

When the State assumes guardianship of a child, both parents become liable for child support, payable to the State as reimbursement.


If your child moves out of the custodial home at the age of 18 do you still pay child support?

In most states the legal age of majority is 18. What determines the length of time that child support is to be paid are the terms of the child support order. The best choice is for the obligated parent to have the support order assessed by a qualified family law attorney


What rights does a non-custodial parent have to prevent the custodial parent from moving?

This is definitely a matter that needs to be discussed with an attorney. If there is already a child support and visitation order in place the custodial parent will need to file a motion to get the court's permission to move the child out of state. The court will make a determination that is in the best interest of the child. It will consider how visitations will be arranged and how they will be paid for so as not to cause financial hardship for the non-custodial parent. If there is no prior court order and the non-custodial parent has not been paying child support nor spending time with the child the custodial parent can try relocating. However, there is always the chance the non-custodial parent will seek rights and it may be more expensive later on to address this issue. You should seek the advice of an attorney who specializes in family law in your state who can review your situation and explain your options.


In New Jersey family law does a father who is divorced from the mother be required to pay for college and child support?

In most cases, the non-custodial parent has to pay half or more of the college expenses, unless it was stated in the divorce decree that college would not be paid for. I know, because I am the custodial parent and my ex was ordered to pay 65% of college expenses in addition to child support. Lucky for him, though, we qualified for financial-aid for college and all he had to pay was child support. (Which he tried to get out of many times)It's more like the opposite - the non-custodial parent is under no obligation to pay for college unless the order for support specifically provides for it.


Can one spouse request a temporary debt child support and visitation order done again before it is effective?

I can answer questions about child support and related issues, as I am a retired State Child Support Enforcement Director. However, the question being asked is not clear enough for me to address. In general the issue of child support and visitation orders are two separate and independent issues. The law requires a non custodial parent to pay child support. If the non custodial parent is working in most cases the law requires the employer to withhold the child support from the non custodial parents pay check. All custodial parents can have their State's child support case, or a search for a missing non custodial parent be administered by their State's Child Support Enforcement Office (every State has one). Their may be a small fee charged depending on the State. Once you are living separately from an absent parent, married or not he/she is required to pay child support. Custody and visitation orders are in most States.handled through Family Court and an individual parent must file legal documents through the court for custody and visitation orders to be resolved In most cases an attorney is needed.


The Basics of Child Support?

Divorce, separation or single parenthood may lead a court to order the non-custodial parent (the parent who does not live in the same home as the child) to pay child support to the custodial parent. There are less frequent situations where both parents pay child support to the child's legal guardian. In either case, support should be provided to a child for his or her proper care. Child support regulation is an important social issue because of the rise in divorces and the number of children being raised in single parent households. State child support enforcement agencies have taken an active role in pursuing payments from non-custodial parents.The agency works with family court to issue a child support order. The amount of the support payment is based on the guidelines in the state, which is determined by the income of the non-custodial and the number of children for which child support is sought. The court will also consider the custodial parent's income. Extenuating circumstances may lead to a deviation of the guidelines in the court. A custodial parent who has a high income does not mean child support is not paid; the child has a right to benefit from the income of both parents. Child support payments can increase for cost of living adjustments or if the custodial parent's income decreases. Conversely, payments can decrease if circumstances change for the non-custodial parent.Joint CustodyBoth parents are considered custodial parents when a child spends equal time with both, typically six months per year with each. It is not uncommon for the court to still require one parent to pay child support, especially when there is an income disparity between the parents. For example, if one spouse stayed at home during the marriage and the other earned a six figure income, the stay-at-home parent could not meet daily expenses without financial support.Enforcing Child Support OrdersViolating a court order to pay child support payments can lead to state and federal government enforcement techniques. One of the most common techniques is a wage deduction order. Employers are ordered by the court to send a portion of the non-custodial parent's wages to the state agency that administers child support payments. The money is forwarded to the custodial parent. Wage deduction orders are used to collect current and past due child support payments.Federal and state tax refunds can be intercepted if a parent falls behind in child support payments. In some cases, liens are placed on real estate or automobiles to collect past due child support payment.


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