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Up to age 18 on a new claim even when the man never knew the child existed.

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The time-frame in which a person will receive the first child support payment varies greatly, depending on many factors. Each state has a different set of guidelines for child support enforcement and how many days are allowed between each action. Another factor that will cause variation in the time-frame is the form of payment of the child support (direct through employer, etc.).


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If you are supposed to pay child support, the fact that the child is earning money from two jobs, has nothing to do with child support. Child support is paid to the person looking after the child to help support your child!


most of the time no u will still have to pay child support to the other kid


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Child support and visitations are separate issues. A custodial parent has no authority to deny court ordered visitations if the non-custodial parent is not paying their child support. The custodial parent must take the issue of child support arrears back to court by filing a motion for contempt and seeking the assistance of the state child support enforcement agency. Remember that an unmarried father must establish his paternity in court in order to establish his parental rights and obtain a court ordered visitation schedule. At that time the mother can request a child support order.


In addition Im 18, my brother's 17 and my sister's 15. we lived with our dad for 12 years and my mom paid child support for that time. Now my dad moved away because my mom was getting to him ( not gonna go in detail). we live with our mom now, and she is seeking child support from my dad, i DO NOT want that. Do we have a say in any of this ?


child support deducts from your monthly incom buddy


You send in your child support payments regularly and on time.


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Means you are to pay child support for a short time or until it is made permanent .


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