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What if child shares living with mother and father?

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2012-10-06 22:01:28
2012-10-06 22:01:28

That would be called joint custody and can be a good arrangement if it can be accomplished.

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Any mother can go to court in the US to claim child support form the father for a child she is caring for. Babies are not born by spontaneous combustion. The father is as responsible for the child's welfare as is the mother. If the child is living with the father and custody given to the father, the mother is liable for child support, too.



It is not clear from your question whether you are the father of the child. If you are the father of the child, you are legally obligated to pay child support if a child support order has been entered by a court. If you are not the father of the child but are living with the child's mother you are not obligated to pay child support.


It depends on the state. In most states the father would still be required to pay child support, even though he is living with the mother and the child. However, if the father was financially supporting the mother and child, it's likely that the courts would suspend the child support order.


No but your mother can. The child support goes to her and not you.



No. The father should seek a visitation order and discuss the situation with an attorney.


This depends on a couple of things, the state you are in and what your court order says. If the child is living full time with one parent it is the other parent who pays child support. However, if the child is living with the father for the summer (summer possession) the father will still continue to pay the mother child support even though the child temporarily is living with the father. The reason for this is the mother still has bills that are keeping the house and such for the child to come back too. The only way a father will not have to pay is if the court order says that during summer possession the father does not have to pay child support, but normally in this case the mother would not be obligated to pay child support to the father. However in the end, people should do what is best for the children and not worry about the dollars they receive or don't receive.


The mother must provide the address where the child will be living because the father has the right to that information in the best interest of the child. If she does not, the father should return to court and request a hearing on the issue. A mother who continues to be uncooperative in that way could lose custody.The mother must provide the address where the child will be living because the father has the right to that information in the best interest of the child. If she does not, the father should return to court and request a hearing on the issue. A mother who continues to be uncooperative in that way could lose custody.The mother must provide the address where the child will be living because the father has the right to that information in the best interest of the child. If she does not, the father should return to court and request a hearing on the issue. A mother who continues to be uncooperative in that way could lose custody.The mother must provide the address where the child will be living because the father has the right to that information in the best interest of the child. If she does not, the father should return to court and request a hearing on the issue. A mother who continues to be uncooperative in that way could lose custody.



There are there differences between the DNA charts for the mother and the child because the child only shares one half of the mother's DNA. The other half of the child's DNA comes from the father.


In this case, if the mother is known to be the biological mother of the child and if the mother is B-, it is not possible for the father to be the biological father of the child and have the type O+. In other words, the father is not the father of the child in this case.



No. The mother has the right to know where the child is when she's not in her possession. In fact, the court would require it. What if something happened to the father while the child was with him? It would not be in the child's best interest for the father to be able to keep his whereabouts secret from the mother when the child is with him. Now that's a good recipe to cause strife.


If the father is not living with the child and has some income other than public assistance, yes.


If the grandparents are legal guardians and the child is living with them, the both of you as the biological parents have to pay child support to the grandparents.


Child support for the grandchild is the responsibility of the grandchilds father, not the grandchild. If the father is a minor, you can take his parents to court for support.



Even if the father's name is on the birth certificate, and is living with the mother, except in Arizona.


Unless the mother of the child is provably unfit for the role it would be very difficult for you to take your grandchild away from its mother


A father can take his child with him if he can prove that the mother is unstable or unfit to care for the child. Also, the mother can give him her permission to take the child.


It is assumed that when the father of the child is residing with the mother and the child he is contributing to the support of said child. If what is meant by the question is can there be a court order of support while the mother and child are residing with the father then, yes that is possible. However, it would seem to be nonsensical for such an action to take place. Unless the order were in place before the non custodial father began cohabitation. If that is the case, the current order should be adhered to regardless of the living arrangements.


the man she was living with was NOT the biological father, but he was under the assumption that he was and was supporting and raising the child as his own. what rights does he have


of course not the father if he wanted to can keep seeing his child the mother can not do that it is the fathers child to furthermore the father will have to pay child support no matter what


Depends on the circumstances. Please consider the situation. The biological father is living with the mother and child/children, therefore he is (or should be) aiding in the support of the household. If the father is not living with the mother and child the mother can and should file for support regardless of the status of her current relationship with the biological father. If you are referrring to state aid regarding the care of a minor child/children, the court will NOT allow such action when the biological father is present. Of course the family may qualify for other public assistance benefits based upon their current economic circumstances.



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