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What should a mother do when the father of her daughter disappeared in the 1970 to avoid paying child support? Should she still try and get it 30 years later when he is finally located.
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Answer by dirttrackgirl_77
If there isn’t a statute of limititions on child support in her state, and she went to court for it while the child was under 18 to get a child support order, then yes, he still owes it. If she never went to the state to get a support order while the child was still a child, then no, deciding 30 years later that she wants money is a dumb idea.
Seeing as the child is thirty years old or more… no, that’s being petty and money-starved and is immoral and ridiculous… be the bigger person.Answer by midnightmoon
30 years later the now adult child is the only one who has a right to sue for the money, and yes, they can (although, as someone else said, this would only apply if there was an order for support before the child turned 18). But, after you being gone for 30 years, I personally wouldnt want a penny. Someone who has been gone for 30 years is NOT a father, rather a sperm donor who does not deserve any contact with the people in question in the first place.Answer by ♥ Bf, BabyBoy & Bump!
I shouldn’t think that a 30 something ‘child’ is in any desperate need for child support money…Answer by justina
why bother.He avoided it then,why get after him now.He didn’t just avoid payment,he avoided something much more important,and that is the growth of his child!Answer by Olivia’s Mama
NAAnswer by Cece Rich
i can not help you.Answer by addisonavery7718
I used to work in a child support office in Texas and there were many women with similar issues that
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