Obtaining a passport for a minor in the US requires both parents. You'd would have to get a court order giving you custody. *Being granted sole legal custody does not necessarily mean the custodial parent can remove a minor child from the US. If the court grants sole custody to one parent and visitation rights to the non custodial parent permission to take the child out of US would need to be granted by the court. The matter might be the jurisdiction of a state or federal court depending upon the resident or citizenship status of the parents.
In Alabama custody and visitation have nothing to do with child support. Not sure about other states.
Here their chances are very slim indeed as they have not paid up for the child's support, and they may do it again or have done it before that is why they did not get custody of the child from a previous marriage.
It isn't behind your back if you are knowingly hiding the children without a provable cause.
Although it is highly doubtful, it does happen if there is enough proof the custodial parent is harming the child or neglecting the child. Child support and custody should be two separate issues. Contact a lawyer.
Certainly some evidence of responsibility (ie paying child support, job, time spent with the child) would help your case. Joint custody, however, is not just for the purpose of reducing child support; infact the child support you pay is nowhere near what it costs to raise a child. Consider the ramifications of your sharing custody--what is in the best interests of the child??
Yes. Custody and child support are two separate issues. One is not contingent on the other.
That depends on the individual state. Even with a law, or it being addressed in the custody orders, the parent left behind has up to six months to file an injunction to have the child returned to the jurisdiction.
When you claim that your ex is behind in payments, the support enforcement agency will get permission to get any arrears from your ex's tax return, this is after they have already tried to get payments from them and could not.
Support and Custody are separate. So yes if you are behind on child support you can still petition the court for joint legal custody. You would need to show some significant change in circumstances from when the current custody order was entered. However, your failure to pay child support would not compel the judge to rule in your favor since you have shown yourself to be unreliable, irresponsible and in contempt of a court order. You will have to explain your failure to pay court ordered child support to the judge. The amount you owe doesn't go away. Back child support can be taken out of your wages or out of your tax return.
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No, then you would be running away. Once you're 18 you can leave your parents behind
Get in touch with a Social worker ASAP or a Legal Aid lawyer, and start proceedings for child support,, if he is not paying they will go after him for the money, do NOT let your son see his father without supervision either, it is better to be vigilant in this matter. Good Luck and keep me posted!
The person responsible for paying child support is the obligor. The obligor is responsible for paying child support until the child support order has been modified. Arrears remain due until they are paid.
He can file an injunction.
No she can not. If you have a custody agreement you can only change it by going to court. You pay support for the child so they have food on the table etc, not so the child will have access to his father. He has the right to see his parents anyway.
To get behind something means to support it.
Arrears are when you are behind on child support.
By being loyal through thick and thin and never say an unkind word about their friend behind their back or share a personal story without permission.
IS IT POSSIBLE TO BE DENIED A PASSPORT IF YOU ARE BEHIND ON CHILD SUPPORT IS IT POSSIBLE TO BE DENIED A PASSPORT IF YOU ARE BEHIND ON CHILD SUPPORT
I don't know what a perc card is, but contact the State's child support agency about working out a payment plan. Contact the courts about getting your child support order modified.
Grabbing anyone against their will and without ther permission is Assault - usually a misdemeanor. If it can be proven that it was done with sexual intent it can be charged as Sexual Assault and has an enhanced penalty.
Child support payment are not exempt from garnishment. It is not usually something that will be done on the day a custody determination is decided but rather the option is entered into the court order as an option that will take effect should the paying parent fail to pay. In other words if the father (usually) falls behind or refuses to pay the state can step in (via support enforcement) and garnish his wages.The amount or number of payment behind the paying parent has to be before the state takes action varies from state to state but usually it is 3 months or more behind.
To get it back, you pay the amount you are behind or the payoff on the loan, whichever the LENDER wants. AND storage fees.
No, the state will take it for back child support. If you are not behind in your support payments, you might get the refund.
Threaten that you will take him to court, garnish his wages, get his driver's license suspended, and throw his behind in jail.