Can child support be reduced if non custodial parent has another child?
If the non-custodial parent remarries and has additional children, then the court could modify that parent's child support payments. For example, a court may decrease obligations to one child so that a parent can also provide for a subsequent child from a new marriage.
Do I have to pay child support if I lose custody?
In a nutshell, loss of custody does not affect the legal relationship between you and your child, only the living arrangements. And, most importantly, you maintain responsibility to support your child financially (that is, you are not excused from paying child support!).
When can I deny visitation as the custodial parent?
Usually, the non-custodial parent is entitled to reasonable visitation. The court may limit or stop visitation rights ONLY IF the court has a hearing and finds that visitation might: hurt the child's physical health; or. significantly impair the child's emotional development.
Can the mother take the father off child support?
Even if the parents reconcile, child support is not usually automatically terminated. Instead, the Child Support Enforcement Agency will continue to collect child support. However, either parent can petition to end the child support order with the court.