Yes, in the interest of ensuring that children in a divorce have adequate financial resources, parents who have a 50/50 custody agreement are still subject to New York’s child support guidelines. In this case, the parent who earns more money will be ordered to pay child support to the parent who … [Read more...] about If We Have A 50/50 Child Custody Agreement In Queens, Does Anyone Pay Child Support?
You’ll have to continue to pay some child support if you take custody of one of your children in Queens, but it’s likely that the amount you pay will be reduced. How Your Child Support Obligation Can Change Only a judge can change your child support obligation, so it’s important that you continue … [Read more...] about Do I Still Have To Pay Child Support If I Take Custody Of One Of My Two Children In Queens?
In families where second parent adoption has been used to establish the legal bond between a child and their second parent, a couple should face the same custody and child support issues that any other family would face when divorcing. Child support will be calculated according to the standard … [Read more...] about How Is Child Support Handled When There’s A Second Parent Adoption In Queens?
There are a few situations under which you will be allowed to ask a court for an end to your child custody payments, but make sure you have a court order in hand before you stop paying, even if your child has already taken one of these steps. You are not free of your support obligation until a … [Read more...] about Under What Conditions Can I Stop Paying Child Support In Queens Before My Child Turns 21?
You should plan that child support will be paid, even if you and your spouse have a perfect 50/50 split in physical custody of your child. In most cases, even a joint arrangement will leave one parent with the majority of overnights, and that parent will be considered the custodial parent. The … [Read more...] about If We Agree To Joint Custody, Do I Still Have To Pay Child Support In Queens?
Inheritances are used in calculating child support payments, because they are considered income. The larger the inheritance, the more effect it can have. This is true even if you convert the inheritance into assets like cars or properties. If you have resources against which you can borrow, or … [Read more...] about If I Inherit A Substantial Amount Of Money, Will That Change My Child Support Obligation In Queens?