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Back support still has to be paid

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what happens if a parent dies and he still owes arreaers in child support? Is his current wife responsible for this debt?



is child support payed if mother dies and child is 18.


No. The money isn't for the mother. The money is for supporting the child. Back child support belongs to the estate of the deceased and will eventually benefit the child. And even if the child should die, the back child support does not go away.


In a case such as this, I suggest that the obligee file an estate claim for the unpaid support.


The money is still owed to the estate. This is money that should have been available for the support of the child, and the estate is less because that money wasn't received. In all likelihood, the child is going to get the money at that point.


Child support always ends immediately upon the death of the child. However, you will still be required to pay any back child support that you may have owed prior to the child's death.


They end. The child may be entitled to Social Security benefits from the father.


The guardian gets the child support, but the child can receive social security on behalf of the deceased parent until they are 18.


Motion to modify current and future child support. Make request to child support enforcement.


Of course not. Child support is for the support of a minor child. Why should the child be deprived of financial support if her mother dies. The order can be modified and it will be paid over to her legal guardian if that person is not the other parent.Of course not. Child support is for the support of a minor child. Why should the child be deprived of financial support if her mother dies. The order can be modified and it will be paid over to her legal guardian if that person is not the other parent.Of course not. Child support is for the support of a minor child. Why should the child be deprived of financial support if her mother dies. The order can be modified and it will be paid over to her legal guardian if that person is not the other parent.Of course not. Child support is for the support of a minor child. Why should the child be deprived of financial support if her mother dies. The order can be modified and it will be paid over to her legal guardian if that person is not the other parent.


No, since you are not taking care of the child anymore. Child support is not the same as support for you.


In a case such as this, I suggest that the obligee file an estate claim for the unpaid support.


Child support payments will transfer to whomever has legal custody of the child but the court must be notified of the death and the child support order must be modified if the legal guardian will be other than the non-custodial parent. The non-custodial parent may petition for full legal custody and if successful the child support order will be terminated.


If the child is disabled, then yes, child support can be ordered for life.


If back child support was owed at the time of the mother's death then any payments still owed would be paid to her estate to then be distributed to her heirs.


No, child support is established to Support the Child. There are usually clauses within a Divorce decree or Separation agreement that indicate when Child Support stops -- usually at eighteen, or if the chidl marries, or if the child dies.


A child dies in Africa.


Yes, if it is court ordered support. All debts must be paid out of the estate before any distributions are made.


Essentially, yes, the estate has to settle all debts. That includes the sale of assets.


If a person helps to create a child, they should help to support the child. In Nebraska a person can stop paying child support at the age of 19. This is unless the child is emancipated by the court, marries or dies.


yes, but there might be a claim on the estate for any unpaid support


If she had a will and left the child to a guardian then that may continue or if the person paying the child support takes the child it would stop. The court appoints a temporary guardian, usually the non custodial parent when possible and/or a Guardian Ad Litem. The child support order remains in affect because the money is meant for the child not the custodial parent. If the obligated parent is not awarded custody of the child, the child support will be paid to whomever the court appoints by means of the child support enforcement guidelines, until the child reaches the age at which the support is terminated by the court or the child is adopted.


Yes, and continuing child support owed after in states like Missouri where death is not a justiable cause for not paying support.



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