No, since you are not taking care of the child anymore. Child support is not the same as support for you.
In general, expenses are not considered when determining child support (except for extraordinary expenses such as very high medical bills). Child support is based on a percentage of net income.
What she did with her pregnancy has no influence on the child support you pay for her. Even if she would have kept the child it would not have made any difference. pregnancy does not emancipate anyone. You are still obligated to support your daughter until she is 18yo.
Only if the daughter is underage.
A childs mother must file a petition for child support in the local family court.
Yes since there is only so much money that can be taken for child support regardless of the number of children. The limit is 25% of a persons wage can be taken for child support. The courts can not take more then 25% of a persons income even if there are a hundred children.
Request an enforcement action from child support enforcement.
Child support arrears cannot be wiped out by a bankruptcy.
Yes, as long as she is under the age limit for child support you are still liable, even if hs has children of her own.
You don't pay. Somebody needs to get another job.
You may ask for child support, including retroactive support.
Depend upon the state. Most states the age of majority is 18 and there are no legal requirements that a child be supported after that point. The father of the child has responsibilities and can be held to them by a child support order, usually obtained through the child welfare or social services department of the state.
The father of the unborn child is obligated to pay child support once parentage is established through the voluntary acknowledgement of the male or by an order of the court. The father of the pregnant daughter has no legal obligation to support her child, but does have a legal obligation to support her until she reaches the age of majority for the state in which she resides or the terms of a standing child support order are completed, amended or rescinded.
No. The father of the pregnant daughter has no legal obligation to support her child. That responsibility belongs to the biological father of the unborn child assuming that the pregnancy is not terminated nor the child placed for adoption or parental rights terminated by the court.
it is usually used for paying bills or buying food
No. She is still your child and still needs to be supported.
techinally yes he ows back child support to the state for the bills the state covered for that single mom.
The person who needs to pay child support for the baby is the baby's father, not you because the baby is not your child.
YES... you must pay child support for your child till the age of 18 or 23 if he/she is in collage in the USA...