Child support is calculated based on income of the father (or mother in such a case). If the father is unemployed his child support will still be calculated based on whatever minimum wage is in your state. The only time this does not apply is when the father is on disability. Welfare shouldn't matter.
If you're in the US, no, a child cannot sue his parent for child support (payment for child support is not due to the child).
As long as you're not on Welfare, contact child support enforcement.
Yes, if the father has more time with the child than the mother, she will owe him child support.
No, as they do it.
Yes, if the amount of child support received is less than the welfare payment level for that person's family. In such a case, the State will retain the support as reimbursement.
No, as that is a separate commission from Welfare.
Although a father has a moral obligation to support his child he is not legally responsible for payment until there has been a support order issued by the court.
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.
Only if he's included in the claim.
Steven Garasky has written: 'A process for developing a minimum child support payment program in Iowa' -- subject(s): Child support, Child welfare, Government policy
Yes, if the amount of support actually received is less than the welfare payment level for the obligor's family.
No as he can't do that. Not even the courts have the authority to exempt the man from paying child support when Welfare is involved. The mother has no say or authority over the child support. She forfeited that right when signing up. She would have to first give up her claim to Welfare benefits before any action could be taken on child support.
With an approved motion to modify.
No, Welfare will file, plus the father can file an order, as he should. see link
It's called Welfare.
no, you give up your claim for support by filing for Welfare. That is why most tell the father to just pay them cash, than tell welfare that they don't know where the father is, or who. When ush comes to shove, the father is the one punished, not her.
In order to pay child support there have to be proof you are the father so a DNA test is taken.
Only if you meet the income limitations. Less than 20% of those on Welfare is not receiving child support. Over 25% are a part of intact families.
The two concepts are not related. Payment of child support is a financial responsibility. It does not depend on whether you see your children or not.
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?
SSI, yes; TANF, yes if the amount of child support is less than the State's payment level; SNAP (food stamps), yes; Medicaid, yes. (Child support is considered income for SNAP and Medicaid.)