Where to find free legal advice for child support?
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I suggest that you contact your State's child support agency. When you get an interview with them, bring all the papers relating to your child support: birth certificates, acknowledgments of paternity, court orders, payment records, etc. Be polite but persistent. Good luck!
If the child is still under eighteen, then you need to get legal advice as to what comes next. Otherwise, you need to find another means of creating income. Read More
Can a father that pays child support find those children on his tax return when the mother has sole physical custody?
If the father provides more than 50% of the support for the child, he is entitled to claim the children on his taxes. Consult an attorney or contact Legal Aid (for free or low-cost legal advice) Read More
This is not legal advice. You need to consult with an attorney from your state to find an actual answer to your situation. That said, depending on the state in which you live, a father may be required to pay child support as part of a joint custody agreement. In some cases, a father who has primary placement in excess of 50% may have to pay child support if the income disparity between parents is… Read More
Are there any help groups or charity organisations in France to help newly single mothers eg advice on benefits or emotional and practical and legal advice or support?
There probably are, go find them. Read More
Child support is figured at a fraction of your income. If you are young and do not have a good career, money is going to be short. You will need to find roommates, ride the bus and give up the internet/cell phone, among other things, to support your child. It isn't easy, but you should look to all [legal] avenues to find ways to improve your income. Read More
Aside from various legal blogs for your state, simply getting you state's child support enforcement web site will provide you any new info. Read More
If you have been ordered to pay child support, the SSI was most likely included in the calculation. Check in with the court to find out. You may need legal help to make any changes. Read More
It depends on who has physical custody. Often the parents have joint legal custody, the mother has physical custody and the father has a visitation schedule. In that case she will receive child support. If the child will split time between the parents the state has a formula in the child support guidelines. You can find various websites that provide information regarding Georgia Child Support Guidelines by performing an online search using that phrase. See… Read More
I do not have an exact legal answer for this, but I would guess that since you are responsible for your child until they are 18 years old (or have graduated from high school if they turn 18 first)you are still very much responsible to pay child support. If your daughter gets married then that may be a different story. The best way to find out for sure is to call your caseworker at the… Read More
As a father if you have sole physical custody of your child you can ask the court to have your ex, pay child support to you, and the same would go for her. It is who ever has the most physical custody of the child and also if that person asks the court for child support payments. Answer #2 Yes you do have a say in your child's religion if you have any legal custody… Read More
I suggest that you get in touch with your State's child support agency. Read More
Prepaid legal advice can be had for approximately $26.00 a month. This is a fairly new service and there are many different firms available online. They can help with small and large legal problems. Read More
It depends on your state. Read More
You can stop child support payments on the grounds that the child is not your biological child only if you did not know that when you agreed to the support, and if a Court approves your request to stop. Read More
Request a printout from child support enfrocement Read More
How can you find out where someone works so you can use your superior court order and garnish their wages?
If you are talking about child support then they would find them. If you are talking about child support then they would find them. Read More
One can find information about child support laws in the United States from many places. The Office of Child Support Enforcement, the United States Department of Justice, and the National Conference of State Legislature provide information about child support laws. Read More
Yes... No matter where you move to, Child Support will find you!!! Read More
You will be served with a summons to appear in court to answer the lawsuit for support of the minor child. Read More
First, they have the legal authority to enter such judgments. Second, a court can issue a notice of a hearing to compel you to appear in court. If you don't it can issue a warrant for your arrest. Third, a judge can and will enter that judgment against you if you are not paying your child support on time. Read More
You'd have to find someone to adopt the child. The social security agency in your country would not let someone abandon their parental responsibilities unless they have found someone to take their place. Read More
You can go to court and demand a DNA test done on her 18 month old child. You would be wise to seek legal advice. Some lawyers offer free advice for half an hour to an hour. see links Read More
Free legal advice is available through online services such as Legal Aid, World Law Direct and Free Advice. The Yellow pages is another good resource for finding free legal advice, with many law offices having a 24 hour question line. Read More
Get a print out from child support enforcement. see related links Read More
Child support guidelines are available on the UK government website. There is a calculator on the site so that one can calculate the cost of child support payments. The Child Support Agency can be contacted on 0845 609 0062. Read More
Yes, judges can and do find folks in contempt for non-payment of child support. Read More
One of the best places to find legal advice online is Expert Law. They have lawyers that answer and questions a person may have regarding credit card debt and what to do about it. Read More
Paying child support is often done directly to the person you are paying child support to. The courts and government make sure that you are paying it however. Read More
The State child support agency can search various databases to find if one is employed; that agency and the courts can subpoena income information. Read More
Get a printout from child support enforcement and find out. see link blow Read More
You need to perform an online search for each jurisdiction and then compare the various aspects in each state. You can find the child support guidelines by using the state + child support guidelines to find pertinent information. Read More
Technically each case stands on its own. Thus, she can sue you for child support. And you can in turn report her for not paying. She should be easy to find then. Read More
There are many websites and resources that offer information on child support in Virginia. Some of these websites that offer child support information are All Law and divorcenet. Read More
Your plan would not find support in your court system. Once paternity has been established the father has the responsibility to pay child support and the right to petition for visitations. Read More
Should you still be paying child support for your daughter when she graduated last year has had a baby and the father lives with them?
In most cases child support stops once the child is 18 years of age or older. It also depends on the agreement you have with the court system. I suggest you find out the details of your agreement and ask a lawyer what your options are about child support since the child is a legal adult now. Just wanted to add that if you are paying in arrears then you will have to pay the… Read More
Why would you not want to support your child? Not knowing your situation, youd have to prove that you are not the father. I find it sad you don't want to support your child, but that isn't my place to speak. Read More
You do not modify child support by letter. You would have to petition the court for a new court order. Read More
If your 4-year-old daughter's father came back into her life recently can you take him to court to get child support and can you get back child support?
You can only get back child support from the day you file the claim. You can get back child support, but it depends on the situation if he just left and didn't help you take care of your child or you took the child away from him, because sad to say you do have mothers that will do that, just to get back at the father of there child. But you would have had to… Read More
The agency or person in charge of the lawsuit summons will inform the plaintiff/petitioner that the summons has been properly served upon the defendant or his or her legal representative. Read More
Contact Child Support Services in your area and provide them with as much information on the father as possible. They will eventually track him down. Read More
There is no universal answer. Review your child support documents, divorce decree, separation agreement and state laws. You should find your answer. There is no universal answer. Review your child support documents, divorce decree, separation agreement and state laws. You should find your answer. There is no universal answer. Review your child support documents, divorce decree, separation agreement and state laws. You should find your answer. There is no universal answer. Review your child support… Read More
It would be wise to seek legal advice in your situation to see what rights you have as to visitation rights with your grandchildren. Some lawyers will give a half hour of free advice or, you can go to Child Aid for help. Read More
Child support information in MN can be found by contacting the state offices and talking to the child support group. They can advise on what is available and the best ways of making sure all the support available is given. Read More
Can you find out where someone is employed by their social security number if they owe you child support?
The District Attorney/State's Attorney and/or the State child support agency can do this. Read More
I suggest you contact your State's child support agency to handle this. Read More
Go to court Read More