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 If the legal guardian of a child let the child visit his mother and she does not return the child how do you get the child back?

Answer Answer Contact the local police and request they accompany the guardian to the residence where the child is located. This is not an ideal solution, however a court appointed guardian is responsible... Read More »
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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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If the mother leaves her child and husband and the husband takes over the care of the child who has legal rights to that child and does the father have to pay child support to the mother?

Answer If a mother leaves her children in her husbands care and leaves the marital home then he owes her no child support. In fact she owes him child support. They have joint custody of the childr... Read More »
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What's the maximum age of the child to receive past due child support from the parent- even if the child is now an adult?

IF you see this what you do is take him aside, and give him a Playboy. The reason is, a young boy is very curious. He probably just hit puberty and has jsut started to look at females in a new way.... Read More »
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Do you have to pay child support if you give up your parental rights to a child if the child is living with the other parent?

Usually you have to continue pay even if you give up your parental rights, yes, unless the other parent agrees to you not paying anymore.
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