No. He can sign over his rights but he would still be liable to pay child support. The only time he doesn't have to pay child support is if a stepdad wanted to adopt the child, then the biological father doesn't have to pay child support if he signs his rights away.
Yes it will affect my husband if we divorce
A new child support arrangement should be made part of the present divorce proceeding. Your legal circumstances have changed. The court should be made aware of any other court actions that have involved you and your husband.
my ex-husband and I were married 20 years. Can I draw from his VA disability?
I WAS MARRIED IN ANTIGUA IN 2005.. I WOULD LIKE TO GET A DIVORCE FROM MY HUSBAND. I AM LIVING IN CANADA AND WOULD LIKE TO DIVORCE HIM FROM WITHIN CANADA. HE IS LIVING IN ANTIGUA. CAN I ALSO GET SPOUSAL SUPPORT FROM HIM?
No. It has no effect on the court order between the two of you.
Divorce and domestic violence are separate issues. Not signing the divorce papers may not prevent the wife from getting the divorce and won't change any of the orders of the divorce such as property distribution, child support, etc.
Child support is paid to the wife so she can have money to raise the child. Maybe your husband made more money than his wife when they were still married. It's all in divorce papers. Talk to your husband about it.
A married woman cannot force her husband to stay with her even for the children's sake, but, she can seek out legal advice and either get a separation; start divorce proceedings and also child support. In some cases the wife may get some spousal support as well, but this is not always the case.
if they are married the money should be shared, it is not his or hers, it is theirs, so the husband should technically support his wife
ANSWER:A lot whether you like it or not, but mostly its the husband who do loose a lot because of what they do, betraying his wife. Most married men who end up getting divorce because of infidelity, including the man I married will loose most of what he built in with his wife, like the house, maybe car, support of his children, and much more. It also depends on what the court will give him. So for those married men who think infidelity is exciting and fun, the result of it is divorce..
A husband has no legal obligation to support his mother-in-law.
yes i would for sure file a divorce against this so called "husband" of yours. if he is still married to another woman, and still interacting with her. get out of there honey, find a new man. As far as I know, you were never legally married. Have him arrested for Bigamy (married to more than one person at a time), and sue him for child support if you have any children by him. GET A LAWYER!!! Bigamy is a felony.
If the husband wants to provide financial support to his wife, he can certainly do it. It is not mandatory, unless it is part of the legal separation or divorce agreement.
Probably not. Unless they were legally separated, the husband is presumed to be the father of the child in question.
Yes u can
A wife has the right to seek an attorney for a divorce if a husband abandons her. She will need support for herself as well as her children.
I'M STILL MARRIAGE, BUT GETTING READY FOR DIVORCE, I LEFT ABOUT 15 MONTHS AGO; HOWEVER I STILL WAS PAYING SOME BILLS AND STAYING OVER A FEW NIGHTS. DO I TO PAY CHILD SUPPORT FROM THE TIME I LEFT OR THE TIME I FILE FOR DIVORCE?
When individuals want a divorce they should always retain a good lawyer to protect their interests and if children are involved there will be child support by the husband and also who will live in the house; if there is to be spousal support, etc.
If you are still married to your husband and you are living together then he has been honest with you and you should file for divorce even if it is heartbreaking for you. People need to be loved and you cannot force someone to love you. If you are separated, but still legally married then it is time to get a divorce that will free not only your husband up, but yourself so each of you can have separate futures. Time is the healer and the support of family and friends will help. It may seem like you will never get over your husband, but many women have cheating husbands and they do get over them and meet the right person that should be in their lives.
child support cannot be cleared
You may be entitled to more, but getting it may not be possible. Depending on the level of threat (verbal abuse can turn to physical harm quickly), you may have to uproot yourself and your children and hide. The most dangerous time for you is the month that you leave. So, get yourself into a safe place and then get legal help. You do not have to immediately divorce him; you can obtain support without the divorce.
The procedure of getting a divorce is complicated and involves a lengthy process. One could start a divorce procedure by first finding a lawyer to support them.
Yes you should file an income tax return.
Yes! Your child is yours forever, they are not the ones getting married. The only way you will not be paying child support is if you sign away your rights and her new husband adopts your children. Is this really worth you never seeing your child again?
If you're the noncustodial parent, you might be liable. The fact that your husband has a child by someone else is irrelevant to this.