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If your asking that if you give up parental rights? If you give up parental rights then no you don't have to pay child support

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The father has the right to see the child whether or not he pays child support. Child Support and Visitation are two separate issues. One does not depend on the other. The parties are required to obey both court orders.


Your plan would not find support in your court system. Once paternity has been established the father has the responsibility to pay child support and the right to petition for visitations.


No. If the state is providing support for the child it has the right to be reimbursed by the father.No. If the state is providing support for the child it has the right to be reimbursed by the father.No. If the state is providing support for the child it has the right to be reimbursed by the father.No. If the state is providing support for the child it has the right to be reimbursed by the father.


Yes. He also has the right to request visitations through the court that issued the child support order.


Of course. Even if she is remarried the father is still the father of the children and legally responsible for their support. She should file a petition for child support in the local family court.Of course. Even if she is remarried the father is still the father of the children and legally responsible for their support. She should file a petition for child support in the local family court.Of course. Even if she is remarried the father is still the father of the children and legally responsible for their support. She should file a petition for child support in the local family court.Of course. Even if she is remarried the father is still the father of the children and legally responsible for their support. She should file a petition for child support in the local family court.


You should return to court immediately and have the arrears documented. Court ordered arrears do not go away. Even if the child lives with the father he still owes any arrears that accrued while you had custody. He has the right to have the present child support modified but you have the right to collect the arrears. You should also have a visitation schedule. Be aware that the court may issue a child support order against you since the child is now living with the father.You should return to court immediately and have the arrears documented. Court ordered arrears do not go away. Even if the child lives with the father he still owes any arrears that accrued while you had custody. He has the right to have the present child support modified but you have the right to collect the arrears. You should also have a visitation schedule. Be aware that the court may issue a child support order against you since the child is now living with the father.You should return to court immediately and have the arrears documented. Court ordered arrears do not go away. Even if the child lives with the father he still owes any arrears that accrued while you had custody. He has the right to have the present child support modified but you have the right to collect the arrears. You should also have a visitation schedule. Be aware that the court may issue a child support order against you since the child is now living with the father.You should return to court immediately and have the arrears documented. Court ordered arrears do not go away. Even if the child lives with the father he still owes any arrears that accrued while you had custody. He has the right to have the present child support modified but you have the right to collect the arrears. You should also have a visitation schedule. Be aware that the court may issue a child support order against you since the child is now living with the father.


A father has no right to "take the child from the mother" under any circumstances. Custody is determined by a court order. Obviously, in this case, the court has established a child support order and a custody order. Generally, the father must provide evidence that the mother is unfit in order to obtain custody through the court. Paying child support doesn't give any right to take the child from its mother.


The father has the right to visit with his child unless the court issues an order to the opposite.


Visitation is not a reward or a prize he has to pay to see his child, or for the child to have access to his father. It's a parental right and a separate issue from child support and custody. You can not violate the court order for visitation. To address the child support issue you must file a motion for contempt against the father for his failure to pay child support. The court and the state child support enforcement agency will help you to collect arrears.


He is the father and not to allow him his child would hurt the child. Take him to family court for the support.


No, a step parent have no right to the children or the child support. The husband can sue her though. If there already is a court order for child support and she is not paying, the father have to go back to court where it was issued and report that she is not following the court order.



It depends entirely on the court order outlining the child support. If the father feels as though support is no longer necessary due to a change in conditions, he can petition the court for a change in the child support orders. You may have to pay for college expenses. Do what is right for your child.


No. A father has absolutely no right to keep a child away from the mother unless there is a court order to that effect.No. A father has absolutely no right to keep a child away from the mother unless there is a court order to that effect.No. A father has absolutely no right to keep a child away from the mother unless there is a court order to that effect.No. A father has absolutely no right to keep a child away from the mother unless there is a court order to that effect.


Child support and visitation are two separate issues. The father has the right to request a visitation schedule with his child. Visitation is not dependent on paying child support.


No she can not. If you have a custody agreement you can only change it by going to court. You pay support for the child so they have food on the table etc, not so the child will have access to his father. He has the right to see his parents anyway.


Yes, unless he has already been deemed an unfit parent by the court. If not, once his paternity has been established he has the right to visitations with his child and the obligation to support that child also.


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.


Child support and visitation rights are two separate issues and they are addressed separately. The father's paternity must be legally established in court if the parents are unmarried and the mother seeks child support. Once paternity has been established, the court will issue a child support order based on state child support guidelines. In addition, once paternity has been established the father has the right to petition for a visitation schedule. If the father fails to pay his child support he is still entitled to visitations. In that case, the mother would need to pursue the child support arrears by filing a motion for contempt of the child support order.


Child support and visitation rights are two separate issues. You have to consider what is best for the child and most judges find it best if the child has access to both parents. He has to petition the court for visitation right and you can sue him for child support. If he is down on his luck and can't pay the child should not be punished by having the father taken away.


If the child resides with you and more then half of the cost for the child is supplied by the father. The non-custodial parent can claim the child as a dependent if he has a court order stating thus. Otherwise no.


Yes, the right of a parent to be in his or her child's life has nothing to with whether or not he or she is paying child support. The court sees them as two entirely different issues.


You can't. The child has the right to be supported by her father and they both have the right to a relationship with each other. The father should pay child support and also have a regular visitation schedule.


Payment of child support does not automatically confer a right to visitation. I suggest that you file a motion in the appropriate court to compel visitation.SEE LINKS BELOW


Yes. The custodial father has a right to child support from the mother depending on their respective economic circumstances. Many mothers pay child support.



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