I'm not one hundred percent sure..but It's not your child so no you wouldn't have to pay child support for it.
How many years??
Yes DNA is DNA. As long as the child is 18 and under (or 21 and under if he/she is a student) child support can be filed for, recovered and even back dated
No. In some states they may enforce retroactive support or support for while the "child" attends a 4 year university. Retroactive support is generally only backdated 2 years from notice.
No. The child is not a child anymore but emancipated so there is no need for child support.
Seven years child with Riders support and 10 years child without Riders support is Safe.
you have to pay child support until the child is 18 years old
I believe all child support owed is always there and can still be enforced.I know someone who is in their 30's and their mother is now finally getting the child support owed to her out of her ex's social security income.
In most cases you need to pay child support for a child that is only 17 years old. This is controlled by state law and should be clearly indicated in the child support order.
No. Generally, child support is paid to the custodial parent. By the time the child is thirty years old the time allowed to petition for child support is past.
No, there is no need for child support this late.
you have to pay child support as long as your child is under 18 years of age
They have a child and they will have to take care of the child, support it, and raise it.
You dont need to be on child support if you have a computer.
Yes they can put a lien on the house. Just had to do it about three years ago because I had not gotten support in years.
It does not sound like a likely case that would be successful. The child is long grown and on his/her own.
If you are a parent of a child, then you would provide support for the child, even if you do not have custody.
Contact your State's child support agency. Be patient but persistent (they're overloaded). Good luck!
In Indiana, you will have to pay child support up until your child turns 19 years of age or finishes college. The child support does not automatically stop so you will have to file with the courts to stop the child support once your child hits the age of 19 years old or is finished with college.
no not at the age of 20 years of the child. It may be of 25 years of the child
Ohio Law requires that Child Support continues until your child is both 18 years of age and finishes high school. If your child is over 18 years of age, the child support will continue if your child is enrolled on a full-time basis in an accredited high school; however, when your child turns 19 years of age, the child support will end. It is your obligation to inform CSEA of the emancipation.
There is no statute of limitations on unpaid child support.
If there isn't a legal document that says your married then no, but if you have a child with him and didn't purposly get yourself pregnant then you would probably just get child support.
In the US, yes, you have to continue paying child support.
Yes, but you should not have to pay support for any period prior to your knowledge of the child.