All parents have the responsibility to care for and support their children. When they wish to be separated or divorced from each other, they won’t worry about their children’s future. The child support issues start there. Eaton family law group is here to solve such lawsuits during your divorce.
Custodial parents can keep their child with them, and the non-custodial parent needs to provide financial support for the child until they reach majority age. If the non-custodial parent fails to pay according to what the court ordered, there are legal options to collect the support amount to fulfill your child’s needs. Before taking action on your own, discuss with a child support lawyer how to achieve your goal of getting a support amount from the non-custodial parent.
There are many options to ask for money from the non-custodial parent if he refuses to pay properly.
Appointing a lawyer to meet the other parent of your child to get details about the child support payment
Ask for a check from the non-custodial parent instead of meeting them monthly to collect the support amount.
If the payment is delayed regularly, then the driving license and professional license can be suspended due to this.
If payment is consistently late, a non-custodial parent’s passport may be restricted.
Non-custodial parents should be placed in jail for this offense, but most won’t, as putting them in jail may affect their further payments for the support of their children. A fine can be charged for such a delay.
Do child support payments change?
Yes, the child support amount is modified under certain circumstances. This occurs when the non-custodial parent is disabled as a result of an accident, an injury, or being unemployed. The non-custodial parent can request a down payment for child support based on their current situation.
If the non-custodial parent’s income has increased due to a promotion or raise, the custodial parent may request an increase in payment from the non-custodial parent. The modification in child support needs to be done with Eaton Family Law Group to avoid a loss or reduced payment in child support.
What is the possibility of a change in child support payments?
- Losing job
- child’s injury or illness
- Injury to the non-custodial parent
- The custodial parent marries ato.
- Changing into a new job
All the above reasons can change the child support payment from the non-custodial parent to the child.