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Old February 11th 06, 04:50 PM posted to alt.child-support
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Does anyone know anything about continuing support for a 17 year old
daughter who has become a parent herself?


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Old February 11th 06, 05:01 PM posted to alt.child-support
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"Ceil Wallace" wrote in message
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Does anyone know anything about continuing support for a 17 year old
daughter who has become a parent herself?


You'd best talk with a family law attorney on that one. The best guess I
could give you is that until she's reached the "age of majority", you're
gonna keep paying until she does reach it. And even then, the likelihood
that you're going to have to run to the courthouse and file papers in order
to stop paying is better then average.

Question.. Is she getting C$ from her child's father?

If she is.. Wow, talk about double dipping.


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Old February 11th 06, 05:16 PM posted to alt.child-support
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"Ceil Wallace" wrote in

Does anyone know anything about continuing support for a 17 year old
daughter who has become a parent herself?


A day in the life at the trailer park! LOL


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Old February 11th 06, 07:19 PM posted to alt.child-support
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"Ceil Wallace" wrote in message
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Does anyone know anything about continuing support for a 17 year old
daughter who has become a parent herself?


If she is emancipated a person could ask for support to be stopped. If she
and her baby are living with either of her parents, she is not emancipated.


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Old February 12th 06, 04:44 PM posted to alt.child-support
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I thought that having a baby and keeping it was an "emancipation
event." If I were the OP, I would ask that the court consider her
emancipated and stop the child support.

On Sat, 11 Feb 2006 19:19:26 GMT, "Bob Whiteside"
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"Ceil Wallace" wrote in message
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Does anyone know anything about continuing support for a 17 year old
daughter who has become a parent herself?


If she is emancipated a person could ask for support to be stopped. If she
and her baby are living with either of her parents, she is not emancipated.


Beverly
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Old February 12th 06, 09:39 PM posted to alt.child-support
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"Beverly" wrote in message
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I thought that having a baby and keeping it was an "emancipation
event." If I were the OP, I would ask that the court consider her
emancipated and stop the child support.


I think the states are consistent on the issue of CS termination. Reasons
include marriage, emancipation by court order, enlisting in the armed
forces, being deported, the child dies, custody changes, and whatever age/HS
graduation/college support law the state has established.

Having a baby is not an "emancipation event." If an underage girl gets
married to her baby's father that is an emancipation event. This is just
one more example of how government policy discourages marriages.


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Old February 14th 06, 02:54 AM posted to alt.child-support
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"Bob Whiteside" wrote in message
k.net...

"Ceil Wallace" wrote in message
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Does anyone know anything about continuing support for a 17 year old
daughter who has become a parent herself?


If she is emancipated a person could ask for support to be stopped. If

she
and her baby are living with either of her parents, she is not

emancipated.

Just curious: Does the grandparent have any legal obligation to allow the
grandchild to reside in their home?





 




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