Why would someone not claim child support money the baby's mother has 2000 sitting in Jeff City MO and has not claimed any of it?
If they don't feel like they need it then they may feel guilty taking it. They may feel that the money would be needed more by somebody else.
Unfortunately for the baby, some people do not understand that child support and visitation are two distinct and separate things. Neither one has anything to do with the other one. Some women believe that if they do not accept the child support money mandated by the court for raising their child, the man cannot claim visitation rights to his son or daughter.
You cannot claim any dependents if you can legitimately be claimed as a dependent by someone else. So if your mother legitimately claimed you, you cannot claim your son. But you should check the rules for claiming a dependent to see if your mother could also have claimed your son. Read More
No, if the mother voluntarily gives cutody to someone else, she can no longer be paid child support because she no longer has custody of the child. What happens now is the father can obtain custody because he does have rights or the person who has custody and have legal guardianship can file for assistance in which child support can be included or filed. Read More
If the mother requests a paternity test and you are determined to be the father the court will enter a child support order and you will be required to pay. If the mother requests a paternity test and you are determined to be the father the court will enter a child support order and you will be required to pay. If the mother requests a paternity test and you are determined to be the father… Read More
I was on assistance and my mother claim my kids on her taxes until they were old enough to work themselves. I just found out about it. Is there anything I could do about it? Read More
The laws regarding claiming of dependents are complicated. Generally, a person who relies on you as their chief means of support (more than half) can be claimed as a dependent. Read More
The mother must petition for child support. The mother must petition for child support. The mother must petition for child support. The mother must petition for child support. Read More
liston claimed he was born in 1392, but his mother claimed he was born in 1928 Read More
Does a mother paying child support to a biological father of a seventeen year old living with his grandparents and drops out of high school still have to pay child support?
Can someone answer this question for me? Read More
What if your Father died owing back child support and your mother signed over rights to you to someone else when you was 16 and now your 22 who would get the money and how would you go about it?
You mother. Read More
The court will decide. Giving up your rights does not fulfill your obligations to support the child. Someone has to support the child, and you are the mother. Read More
There is no minimum age, and to mother can be an adult who had sex with a minor. Read More
Sitting Bull's mother has that name because back in the days people used to name their child how they are and how they will be. Read More
Jamesetta Hawkins was born in Los Angeles, California to an unmarried 14-year-old African-American mother, Dorothy Hawkins. She claimed that her mother told her that her father is Caucasian, and that they received financial support from him on the condition that they keep his paternity a secret. Read More
I think in all states unmarried mothers are elgible for child support. However they will want to establish the legal father of the child. This is called "paternity establishment." Paternity can be established in the following ways: • If a child is born to an unmarried mother, she and the man claimed to be the father can sign an "Affidavit of Parentage" to legally establish the father's rights and obligations. • The mother and the… Read More
Mary Harris "Mother" Jones was 93 (but claimed to be 100) so I was told. Read More
First, remind the mother that she was an accomplice to a crime for associating with someone violating the law. Second, it's not a question usually raised, so they can respond. It would be self defeating for the mother to raise it. To learn about child support, see links below. Read More
Scrooges mother was claimed to have died in child birth when Ebenezer was brought in to the world. Therefore he didnt actually know his mother Read More
Do you still have to pay child support if the mother of your child is married to someone in the military?
Yes. Another man is not going to have to pay for your child just because he is married to the mother. Only the biological parents pay for their child. Read More
Will you still have to pay the same percentage if you are married to someone other than your children's mother?
Generally, yes. Under the Federal guidelines, being married to someone else or not has no impact on child support payments. Read More
If you are 24 years old and your mother is now receiving back child support from the father are you allowed to get the child support from the mother?
no it goes to the mother. Read More
A husband has no legal obligation to support his mother-in-law. Read More
The mother needs to notify her area's child support enforcement agency to get the ball rolling. To speak with someone about child support enforcement-related services, call toll-free 866-313-9960. Read More
If a father terminates his rights can he collect child support from the mother if the child lives with him?
if the mother terminates her rights can he collect child support from the mother if child lives with him? Read More
Nothing changes regarding child support orders whether it is the mother or the father who is remarrying. The child/children are the responsibility of the biological parents not a new spouse. For example if the mother marries someone of substantial means it would not affect the child support amount that was ordered to be paid by the biological father, as the mother's new spouse has no legal obligation to support the child/children. Read More
The virgin at Fatima claimed to be Mary the mother of Jesus. Read More
is child support payed if mother dies and child is 18. Read More
A mother is supposed to support her child through high school, as long as the child remains in school. Children are not required to support their parents. Read More
Do have to pay child support to the mother if DHS has removed the child and put her in someone elses care?
You cannot modify the child support order on your own. You need to visit the court, apprise it of the change in custody and obtain a modification of the child support order if the court deems it appropriate. Read More
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IF someone is marriaged and it's ending the marriaged but is wife is preanant and the guy loves someone else what do that do?
divorce and give all parental rights to the mother. the guy should must provide child support. Read More
No, often the father and the mother will take turns tending to the nest-sitting as well. Read More
Doubtful. The child support is for the welfare of the child, not the mother. Check with your state child support office for specifics of the law in your state. Read More
Biological mother signs her rights away to the grandmother does biological mother still have to pay support?
No,the same rules apply wether you are the father or the mother you are not obligated to pay support. Read More
The child support is to "support the child"...figure it out. Read More
In general, child support is a percentage of net income (earned and/or unearned). Someone with zero income will likely not be ordered to pay support, altho the court could order him to look for work. Read More
Yes. The mother should request a temporary child support order. Yes. The mother should request a temporary child support order. Yes. The mother should request a temporary child support order. Yes. The mother should request a temporary child support order. Read More
I believe all child support owed is always there and can still be enforced.I know someone who is in their 30's and their mother is now finally getting the child support owed to her out of her ex's social security income. Read More
You cannot make your mother-in-law pay you child support. The only person who you can demand child support from is the father of the child. Read More
the mother of the child took the father off child support because she was not satisfied with the child support payments. Read More
If someone has been paying child support can they offer the mother a one-time lump sum payment and if the mother accepts the offer will the child support payments end at that time?
You need to check your states laws. In the state of Washington, if you take it in front of a child support officer, they can write up the paperwork. If both parties agree, they will get a judge's signature. Then you have to provide proof, that the payment, in full, has been made. Read More
Child support is to pay for you to live, not to give to you as pocket money. If your mother pays for the roof over your head and your food, heating, clothes etc then she can be said to be paying for you to live. So you wont be able to sue her. Plus, in order to sue someone there needs to have been a contract between you that she has breached. Read More
Yes. The custodial father has a right to child support from the mother depending on their respective economic circumstances. Many mothers pay child support. Read More
Then she will not get any child support. Read More
What happens if you are paying child support to a mother and the child is not living with her do we pay support still to the mother?
If you are paying child support to a mother and the child is not living with her, you are still obligated to pay her if you have a court order to do so. In that case, you can petition the court to change the order. You can expect that you will have to pay whoever has the child instead of paying the mother. Read More
A DNA test is used in situations when paternity is contested. That is if someone gets a lady pregnant and claims it is not his baby, the mother can insist on a DNA test for purposes of child support. If the mother is the biological mother of the child, the test will be stupid since she had the baby to begin with Read More
Yes the father would still have to pay child support if he did not have custody of the child and the mother did not work. Read More
Mother Teresa did NOT support forced sterilization. Sterilization is against Catholic Church teachings. Read More