Yes, being granted full custody does not relieve the other parent of their financial obligations to the child(ren).
Usually, yes; however, some parents with joint custody pay support.
South Carolina child support is calculated based on which parent has custody of the child and the relative salaries of the parents. In a divorce once custody is decided, then child support is just a standard calculation. For more South Carolina child support information and the South Carolina child support calculator, click on the link below.
I would like to add the noncustodial parent lives in North Carolina. The child is attending college in South Carolina. She is at the age of 18 years.
If both of the parents have a joint legal custody arrangement, you have to give the noncustodial parent that information. If you have sole custody of the child, you do not have to share that information with the noncustodial parent.
See Link BelowChild Support Age-At what age does child support stop and what steps need to be taken to bring this about?
Not as long as it doesn't interfere with the access rights.
The obligation should not end, but rather transferred to the now nun-custodial parent.
Alimony to the non-custodial parent may still be ordered; depends on the circumstances. Child support payments are based on both the needs of the child and the ability of the parent to provide them.
Unless the father has his parental rights terminated, of course he needs to support his child -
He has the right to request custody (joint custody- which may or may not be granted) and/or a visitation schedule and have a child support order entered if the mother is to retain physical custody.
Child support and child custody are handled separately. In most cases delinquent child support payment does not affect the rights of the father. The father can still petition to avoid you moving the child out of state but, doesn't necessarily mean it will be granted. Unless both parents can come to an arrangement/agreement in what's in the best interest of the child.
If the arrangement is with the consent of the custodial parent and will be permanent then the custody and child support orders must be modified to reflect the change in legal custody. The parent in Texas needs to have their custody formalized by a court order so they can enroll the child in school, consent to medical treatment, etc. If the child support order is not modified the non-custodial parent may be subject to the accumulation of child support arrears.
I don't think you can , How can a father who does not have custody over the child , abandon it? added: he's not really abandoning the child if he's paying support.
what if the noncustodial parent still reside with the custodial parent, is noncustodial parent still obligated to pay childsupport
Physical custody is based upon your ability to provide for your child's emotional, physical, mental and financial needs. Failure to financially provide for the child when you are the noncustodial parent shows unwillingness or inability to provide financially for him/her.
It is assumed you mean the parents have joint legalcustody 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.
When the issue pertains to unmarried couples the law presumes the mother to have full legal custody of the child(ren). The father must establish paternity before custody, child support or visitation rights can be addressed by the court.
Perhaps, and probably. As with all such matters, the father or noncustodial parent must petition the courts with regard to changes to the existing order.
If you have any parental rights at all, I'm not sure that your ex can "leave" custody to someone else without your involvement. In any case, you need to talk to a lawyer.
Schedule C is applicable to Shared Custody situations. see links below
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