If you have more refund or credits available to you, and a "qualifying" child to claim...yes, of course.
In most states, yes. Because it was the child's claim the settlement proceeds belong to the child and the money is put into a trust account until the child is 18. If the parents feel they are entitled to some of the money - they are the ones caring for the child, driving him/her to doctors, missing work, etc. - they should talk to the attorney about making some sort of claim.
I'm not totally sure what you are asking but it sounds like the child died. If the child died and the child was insured, the money will go to the beneficiary listed on the policy. If your brother surrendered parental rights, this child is no longer his, so I seriously doubt he has any claim whatsoever.
i got a large sum of money from my ex husband 401 k when we got divorced do i have to report it to child support
Claiming a dependent is not dependent on the child support issue but rather on the amount of time the child spends with each parent.
Who spends a child's disability money should be part of the divorce or custody agreement. You can ask to amend the agreement.
Question isn't clear, but the State will take your entire tax refund, except for the part attributable to your spouse.
No. You can claim the child and take off child care costs, but single people pay a higher rate.
No, the mother expended the money raising the child, she is entitled to payment. If the mother has passed away, the estate can claim the money.
It will typically be the child. The law does not care that the child is not the issue of marriage. If the child is underage, the money will be in a trust fund. Consult a probate attorney in your state for specific rules of intestacy.
There are programs in force that wll direct your refund to be applied to your back child suppport..hard to tell if your on the list of one. Of course, it's what you would want done with that money anyway isn't it...
child support is used for parents who are divorced and have legal custody of the child, so the parent gets money from his/her spouse to help support and raise the child
When you claim a child that is under 17 maybe. You may qualify for the Child Tax Credit or the Additional Child Tax credit. Also if you pay for child care you may qualify for The Child and Dependant Care Credit.
No he is not divorced. He is still married as of October 1st 2008.
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if the other parent ant you have an agreement , or a court order states you claim on odd, or even year returns. mine says the latter, but i don't claim , because that money could be used in my daughters house
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Yes, unless you can get a court to say otherwise. Child support is to pay for your child. If your child is alive and in the custody of your partner, they get the money they need for your portion of the child's needs. They will still need clothes, and other expenses while in treatment.
The child does not receive the money, the adult responsible for the child gets the money.
If you have enough money for lawyers probably so.
Yes you can get more support because child support is estimated by income of the payee.. go get it lolh