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The parents of the child are liable for support - not their spouses.

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A biological father is the father of the child. A step-father is not. If the step-father has legally adopted the child that is not his when married then yes, he would have to pay support. If not married and the child is not his then no, he does not have to pay child support, but he may have to go to court to resolve the matter.


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If the father of your child has another child by someone will the courts or child support enforcement reduce my support of my child. ? Are there any special circumstances if the father of my child never married me or this other person.? Can I still persue increases of child support even though the man has another child? Sincerely. Which child comes first in Chicago ILLinois




now that you are married to the father of your child he doesn't pay child support but pays no gives more money to support yours and his child and running the household. good luck


Yes. The father is responsible for child support whether or not the parents were ever married. It is the biological connection that creates the legal obligation to support a child.Yes. The father is responsible for child support whether or not the parents were ever married. It is the biological connection that creates the legal obligation to support a child.Yes. The father is responsible for child support whether or not the parents were ever married. It is the biological connection that creates the legal obligation to support a child.Yes. The father is responsible for child support whether or not the parents were ever married. It is the biological connection that creates the legal obligation to support a child.


No the child support starts after you have divorced him. As long as you are married you share everything so what ever he makes is yours. If you mean while you are married to someone else, yes it can. If you are married to but separated from the child's father, with or without a court order, you can receive child support from him.


Yes, the father does have to pay child support married or not. As long as you ARE the father. If the father is ordered to pay child support by the court, then that order stands until the child is emancipated or if the order is modified.


Yes , the biological father will be held legally responsible for the support of his child .


No, when married the minor becomes emancipated.


If you are in the US, the fact that you are now married/pregnant has no effect on child support for another child.



Biological parents who are married to each other do not pay child support to each another. They naturally share the expenses for their child. You have to let the court know you are married though and petition for the order to be dropped.


I think she can, than go after him for support once she moves, she is the bread winner



Yes, just because a father gets remarried this does not mean that he doesn't have to care for his child.


If the father is not married to the mother your mum doesn't have to pay a single penny


Of course not. He is still the father of his children and still responsible for supporting them.


Marriage of the mother, father or child have no relationship to the collection of a debt.


Yes. they are still supposed to pay child support unless two parents come upon a different legal agreement.


Depends on specific states laws as they apply to child support and the welfare of the child. If the mother married a sex offender, should the father know?


Not really. It is based on a percentage of the pay of the parent paying child support and the number of children that are his/hers with the custodial parent.AnswerThe child support you receive for the first child from her father is not affected by your having another child by a different father. The first father is only responsible for supporting his own biological child.


She is committing adultery and involving her children. It is unlikely the court would support her actions while she is still married. The court may award custody to their father. She should file for divorce if she wants child support.


It doesn't matter to whom you are married as long as the father is listed on the birth cerificate. You need to go down to your local family court courthouse and obtain the paperwork to file for a child support hearing. Then you will go through that process, with or without a lawyer, and a child support order will be issued and then the father will be legally responsible to pay you child support.