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Should a father with joint shared custody pay child support?

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2009-10-31 00:40:29
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That depends on income difference and time with child. Some sole custody fathers still have to pay.
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Yes, as long as the legal custody schedule is changed, child support can also be adjusted.


Yes, if the father has more time with the child than the mother, she will owe him child support.


Yes, with equally shared custody and if the parties have similar incomes.Yes, with equally shared custody and if the parties have similar incomes.Yes, with equally shared custody and if the parties have similar incomes.Yes, with equally shared custody and if the parties have similar incomes.


If the father have visitation, shared custody or paying child support she will need his and the courts consent.


You should visit the local family court and inquire about filing a petition to establish paternity and to establish a child support order. The father can petition for shared custody and for a visitation schedule.


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The mother. The father have to petition the court for shared custody.


The mother automatically have custody from birth and the father can petition for custody, visitation and also pay child support after he has proved paternity in court by providing a DNA test. As long as the mother is fit he will get shared custody at the most.


The parent with physical custody receives child support from the other parent. If the parties have shared custody the court will use state guidelines to determine if someone pays child support and how much.


He would have to petition the court. Unless the mother is unfit though he will get shared custody.


Shared legal custody means that both parents have equal rights to make decisions regarding the child. One parent may have physical custody with the non-physical-custody parent paying child support.


If he wants his parental rights he must establish his paternity legally by a DNA test. He can then petition the court for shared custody, visitation and pay child support. The mother has sole legal custody of her child until then.


Virginia has three formulas:Basic child supportShared custody child supportSplit Custody Child SupportSee the official state link below for doing the calculations.



whoever keeps the child the less amount of time


The child support amount would depend on the difference in income. Even sole custody fathers are ordered to pay child support.



It is unlikely that the court would order "shared custody". If the mother is unfit the grandmother can petition to be appointed the legal guardian of the child. However, the father must consent.It is unlikely that the court would order "shared custody". If the mother is unfit the grandmother can petition to be appointed the legal guardian of the child. However, the father must consent.It is unlikely that the court would order "shared custody". If the mother is unfit the grandmother can petition to be appointed the legal guardian of the child. However, the father must consent.It is unlikely that the court would order "shared custody". If the mother is unfit the grandmother can petition to be appointed the legal guardian of the child. However, the father must consent.


Child support laws vary from country to country, state to state etc. Quite often, even in a shared custody arrangement, the parent that earns more money may pay some child support to the other parent to equal out the living standards.


Only if she is unfit or willing. Otherwise the most he can get is shared custody.


Generally, as an unmarried mother you already have sole custody of your child under the law in every state. The father must establish his paternity in court in order to obtain shared custody and visitation rights. Until he does, you have sole legal custody.


you need to have proof of this. testmomials, documents, people to testify


* If the father has full custody of the children, yes. * If he has partial or shared custody with the mother, it may be a violation of parental rights; that area is quite dicey, so talk to a lawyer. * If the father has no custody but does have visiting rights, then again, talk to your lawyer. * If the father has no rights to the children, then there is no crime committed.


Yes of course you can. Visitation rights or shared custody should be settled when they are babies. There should have been a visitation order entered at the time the father was granted custody. There is no age restriction. Unless you were deemed an unfit parent you have the right to a visitation schedule. You should return to the court that issued the custody order and request a visitation schedule.


A biological father has the right to sue for sole custody, shared custody, or visiting rights to the child; even if he was never married to the mother. He may have to have genetic testing done to prove he is the father if this is at issue.



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