My sons dad is on child support and we been talking about working on our family and getting married and in order to do that the attorney general office told me I had to go to the court house and file paper work to remove him from child support but he will have to be paying for my son medicaid.. Is this true or how can I go about taken him off the child support they also told me the only way my sons father can get off child support is if he sign full rights away to me or get married is this true can anyone help me please
Best to consult a local family lawyer in your area to help you through the process with the right documents.
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Nearly all that info is wrong.
1. Marital status has nothing to do with paying child support.
2. You can't simply sign your rights away to your kid, especially if what you want to do is get out of paying child support (ignoring the IV-D $$ owed which we the taxpayers have been putting out).
3. Perhaps rather than starting a new family he should focus on the one he already has. The child certainly deserves no less. The best way to get out of paying child support is to have custody.
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