What does custodial arrears mean?

Answer Since the child remains in custody of the custodial parent the majority of the time, the custodial parent is eligible to receive child support. If the non-custodial parent falls behind on his child... Read More »

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What happens to child support arrears if custodial parent dies?

You need to consult with an attorney. The laws very from state to state and there is likely recent case law. The debt may be owed to the decedent's estate. The estate may be able to recoup the arre... Read More »

Can a custodial parent seek child support payments from the non custodial parent's new spouse if non custodial parent is unemployed?

Answer No. She has no legal responsability to the children. Only if she were to legally adapt them would she be responsibable. Answer No. Only the biological parents have any responsibility fo... Read More »

Can a non-custodial parent find out how much the custodial parent was reimbursed by secondary insurance carried by the custodial parent?

%REPLIES%AnswerIf you as a non-custodial parent are having to pay half of the medical expenses and you know he/she has secondary medical insurance, I suggest with the primary and secondary insuranc... Read More »

Can a custodial parent stop the non custodial parents visitation if they are behind on child support?

No. Visitation and child support are 2 separate issues and changing any of the court orders you have to go back to the court that issued them. There might be good reasons why a parent can not pay a... Read More »