Can family members help pay child support?

Answer Answer Yes.It is the legal responsibility of the obligated parent, but as long as the terms of the support order are met the court will not intervene.

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When a child is abandoned by a parent receiving child support how does that child get the child support?

The persons in custody of the child must file for legal guardianship and request the court modify the child support order. The person needs legal standing to receive child support.

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How can extended family members help a teen if his or her parents are divorcing?

No, a blood relative is someone who is descended from someone that you are also descended from. A brother-in-law is related to you in that way.