There are no valid reasons not to get child support. That money is supposed to be used to help raise the child.
If the custodial parent tries to refuse child support before a judge, the judge will override the custodial parent's wishes and explain that the child support belongs to the child, not to the custodial parent.
If there is a court order for child support than there are no reasons to not pay child support.
Child support is not dischargeable in bankruptcy. It may be discharged for a number of other reasons: child deceased; child emancipated, etc.
College or a trade school
Yes, he does.
If you owe back child support. If you are not a US citizen.
There are a variety of reasons why one may need to pay child support. If you have to pay child support in Prince Georges County, the age where you can stop payments is 18.
Get a subpoena.
Depends on your reasons. see links below
Any change to the child support has to be done through the court where it was issued. Whether the judge will allow you to stop paying depends on the reasons you have.
That's an odd question. Most women do seek child support. But for those who don't it's for various reasons. Some or most would be because they either do not know their rights or are in fear of the child's father. Other lesser reasons would be due to the financial status of the women being such that she does not want or need support & therefore wishes to be independent to get away from the dad. Those are only some of the reasons as to why the mother would not seek child support. For the best answer, ask the woman in question.
There are a few reasons why wages can be garnished in the state of New Jersey. Reasons include back child support, back alimony, or back taxes.