No, her wages cannot be garnished. But there is an issue that you must seriously consider. In most states any joint marital property can be attached for child support in the extent that it belongs to the biological parent who was ordered to pay. If you live in a community property state, a joint bank account would be subject to garnishment for the entire amount of child support owed. Because all assets are considered joint in CP states, bank accounts are very difficult to protect from levies, especially in regards to child support issues.
Not unless you adopted the child.
This will depend on which country you live in?
Pays it to you or someone else?
no the child support dose not stop in till the child is 18
Your marriage to someone who is not the father of the kids should have no effect on your right to child support from their father.
The spouse isn't responsible for the child[ren]. However, the court may order the non-custodial parent to find work.
no because it will still be his child, not yours.
Ordinarily, marriage should not increase or decrease the amount of child support.
No. Only biological parents or adopting parents are responsible for the financial support of minor children.
not marry him...and make him pay child support...honestly, do you really wanna be with someone who is going to be in and out of jail..
The father of the child is responsible for supporting the child until it is at least 18 and through high school. Usually a court order sets the amount. The only possible exceptions would be if the support is not ordered or if the child is adopted by someone else.
At the moment in the US, Child Support is about $56 a week. YOUR income will not be effected, only his.
That is dependent on state laws and the development of a parent/child relationship.
A married couple owns all things equaly, your spouse's debt is your debt.
No, but it can affect your credit rating, and 20% of your income can be used in setting the monthly amount owed. This is also applicable when a man gets hit with retroactive child support order on a child he never knew existed.
i guess you could....
No, but send child support money.
No, only biological parents or parents who have legally adopted a minor child are responsible for the financial support of that child/children.
If you're living together with the child, no; in such a case, get an order terminating support and setting the arrearage or stating that no arrearage is owed.
No, only the NRP is responible for Child Maintenance.
No. Only the biological parents pay for their child regardless of who they marry.