Can I sue my father for not being in my life?

Can I sue my father for not being in my life?

As a general rule, there are no tort claims related to parenting. In short, you cannot sue a parent for being a bad parent. If a parent is so bad, that becomes an issue for child protective services and juvenile courts, the child does not have a cause of action to sue parents.

Can my parents sue me for money?

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No, they cannot bill/sue/invoice you successfully for things spent on you as a child. If they gave you anything period they cannot ask for it back, whether you were a minor at the time or not.

Will Social Security pay back child support?

Can my Social Security benefits be garnished for alimony, child support or restitution? We can withhold Social Security benefits to enforce your legal obligation to pay child support, alimony or restitution.

Can I sue my mother?

It is possible to sue your parents (biological or adopted) for child abuse once you become an adult, over the age of 18. If you are under the age of 18 you will need a legal guardian. Regardless of how long ago the abuse took place, you may still be able to make a claim.

Can I sue my mom for giving birth to me?

A man is suing his parents for giving birth to him without his consent. The plaintiff behind the lawsuit, 27-year-old Raphael Samuel, believes in “anti-natalism,” namely the philosophical theory that parents do not have moral standing to bring an unwitting child into the world.

Can my mom take money from my bank account?

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Your parent can withdraw money from the account. It doesn’t matter if you’re the only one depositing money, the other account holder could withdraw it all. Sadly, plenty of young adults have lost money because they had a joint account and their parents made a withdrawal.