The issue is not the length of time that a child resides in a household but if the adult(s) of that household have been granted legal custody of said child, whether by being the custodial parent or legal guardian(s).
A grandparent can collect child support if they are the legal guardian or custodian of the child.
Yup. The sun never sets on unpaid child support.
Your state's child support agency will be in charge of collecting any child support arrears up to the time when those arrears are satisfied.
you should be the one receiving it
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if the mother terminates her rights can he collect child support from the mother if child lives with him?
If you are their legal guardian, you can collect child support from both parents of the child. If you are not their legal guardian and they just live with you, you do not have rights to child support.
If your child is not living with you, you are not eligible to collect child support. The child support should go to whomever is caring for the child.
Your custodial parent can collect unpaid support that accrued under an order. Support sometimes continues after the child becomes an adult if the child is disabled.
It has to go before a judge, either in the private setting or through Child Support Services in your area. In California, you can ask for a review of your child support twice a year.
Public assistance recipients assign their rights to child support to the State which, presumably, will attempt to establish/collect support.
You sue the person for child support. Just because you pay child support for one child does not mean you can not receive child support for the one you have custody of.
No, child support can only be taken from the birth parents.
You will need to go through Child Support Services in your area.
To my knowledge, felons are not prohibited from collecting child support.
transfer the order see link below
California has no statute of limitations on child support arrears.
My X is planning on moving from California to Hawaii with our son. He has primary custody. Our son has not finished Highschool yet. He is collecting child support here in California from me, and is on unemployment too. I believe he will move to Hawaii and try to collect welfare too. Can he move to Hawaii and collect welfare and get his child support amounts raised to Hawaii's current level? Thank You!
Child support ends when the child turns 18 in California.
You don't - You explain the benefits that support could provide for the child.
Reference to "seventy four percent" is unclear, but it seems unlikely that the child's mother could collect current child support in such a situation. (She can still collect past-due support, if any.)
State child support agencies may intercept tax refunds to collect past-due child support.