Could a Child Support order legitimize a child in Ga?

Answer A "legitimate" child is one whose parents were married when s/he was born; therefore, a child support order cannot "legitimize" a child.

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Does a court order for child support give the parent receiving the support automatic full custody of that child?

AnswerAbsolutely NOT. The Division of Child Support Enforcement, does not arrange custody nor visitation. I had a child support order, the father and I were never married, and while the support pap... Read More »

Do i have to pay child support if i dont have a child support order?

Legally, no. You must decide whether you are morally obligated to pay support. If you decide to do so, make all the payments by check and memo them, "child support." Note: If you decide to pay chi... Read More »

If there is not a court order for sole custody of a child and the mother is behind in child support can the father take the child out of the US without permission from the mother or the court?

Answer Obtaining a passport for a minor in the US requires both parents. You'd would have to get a court order giving you custody. More Conributor Opinions Being granted sole legal custody does n... Read More »

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.