no it goes to the mother.
Normally you would not be allowed to relinquish your rights just to avoid paying support, but, you are allowed to do so if the mother doesn't want the support money.
No. If the state is supporting the mother and child the mother has no right to free the father from his responsibility to support his own children. The state will pursue him for child support.
He needs to get a modification to the amount mother is already receiving from SSD.see links
yes. the father can still see his child. the mother is just refusing money. my father didn't pay child support but my brother and i still went to his house every other weekend. The father is still allowed the right to see his child. The best way is to find a time that is both convenient for the mother and father.
Yes, if a previous support order is in place by the court, it will have to be changed to reflect this. The parties will also face scrutiny if either is receiving financial help from the state.
If the mother doesn't seek a child support order no one will make the father pay. However, keep in mind that the mother can always change her mind and get back child support in the future. If the child and/or mother are receiving any state assistance the father will be required to pay child support.Fathers are responsible for supporting their children. If the mother doesn't need the child support then she should put it in the bank for the child's collegeeducation.
If you are the father, file for custody. As for the child support, until custody is decided, request the payment be sent to whomever has the child, plus that the mother be ordered to pay. see links below
Unless there is a stipulation in the court order, nothing.
Any mother can go to court in the US to claim child support form the father for a child she is caring for. Babies are not born by spontaneous combustion. The father is as responsible for the child's welfare as is the mother. If the child is living with the father and custody given to the father, the mother is liable for child support, too.
If the divorce ordered the father to pay support, he owes that support until/unless the order is modified.
Yes the father would still have to pay child support if he did not have custody of the child and the mother did not work.
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If the mother isn't receiving any kind of assistance from the government, she can waive the right to child support from the father, but it wouldn't be in the child's best interest. Child support is the child's right, not the mother's. If the mother were really well off financially, or if she didn't want the father anywhere around the child, she could waive the child's right to support. The father has a responsibility to help take care of the child he helped bring into this world.ClarificationGenerally, in the US, a mother cannot legally waive a child's right to support from their father. A child is legally entitled to be supported by both parents. However, the mother can choose to not involve the court if the parents were never married or if there will be no divorce action filed. However, if the mother doesn't want the money she should put in a college fund for the child.
the mother of the child took the father off child support because she was not satisfied with the child support payments.
Yes, as long as you have custody of the child/children. Just as the mother can choose for the father to PAY child support.
The mother should contact her local Canadian child support agency. They will coordinate with the State in which the father is located.
Yes, however they can file their own claim against the mother, and ask that the amount paid by the father come directly to them.
Yes. The custodial father has a right to child support from the mother depending on their respective economic circumstances. Many mothers pay child support.
A step father has no legal obligation to support a step child.
In the same manner if not. see link
Child support is paid until the children are 18.
No, they are seen as different issues - two different court orders. Just because you cannot see your child, does not mean you can withhold support. And vice versa - if you stop receiving support, you cannot prevent the non-custodial parent from seeing your child.
Yes. If he is the father he pays child support.
Legally minors are not allowed to choose.
Absolutely. Child support is designed for the benefit of the child.