You’re in a difficult situation, like I am.
You’re trying to balance caring for your children while still maintaining a job, while trying to make ends meet, and you want to have someone you can trust to help.
You have to know what you can expect when you have to deal with child support, and how to ask for help in your state.
How do I find a lawyer who can help me?
You’ll have to ask.
There are many different avenues for legal help.
If you’re the parent and are a person with a disability, you may qualify for services through your state’s Department of Human Services (DHS).
For instance, if you are a parent of a child with intellectual disability, your child may qualify to get child support through DHS.
If you have a spouse or partner who also has a disability and needs to get help from DHS, you’ll need to get that assistance through DHS as well.
There are also many agencies that provide legal help for people with disabilities.
One of the more popular ways to get support through an agency is through the state’s attorney general.
State attorneys general can help you get child protection orders and child support if you live in a state where the child is a resident of a designated home.
A state attorney general will ask you questions to make sure you understand your rights and responsibilities, including your rights to seek legal assistance, and whether you have an attorney available to help you.
Additionally, state attorneys may investigate allegations of child abuse or neglect, which may help you figure out whether your rights have been violated.
Some states also have child protective services to help parents who live with child abuse, neglect, or other abuse.
These services may include a program to find the best placement, the right services to get, and other resources to help with your family.
States also have programs that offer legal help to those with serious mental health issues.
These include treatment and help with legal issues like addiction, depression, or PTSD.
For those with severe mental illness, a person can seek help from a psychiatrist or mental health specialist.
Asking a lawyer about child support can help in some situations.
You might be able to negotiate child support for your spouse, for example.
But if your spouse doesn’t pay child support on time, it can affect your ability to get other support.
Your lawyer will also help you determine what to do about the child’s needs, like how to support your children, how to spend money on clothing, toys, and housekeeping.
Also, a lawyer can provide referrals to other professionals and resources to find help if your children don’t get their share of help.
You’ll have many options for help with child protection, including the National Child Protective Services Program, the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, the American Civil Liberties Union, and the American Association of University Women.
Find out more about child custody law.
What can I expect if I get child custody?
Child custody is the custody that your child receives from your parents or guardian.
You may need to be notified about your child’s case or, depending on the circumstances, about any other child support orders, child support you have outstanding, or any other legal issues.
Child support is based on the length of the child support order, which is usually the amount that the child pays in child support every month.
Sometimes, you won’t be notified of your child support payments and child custody may go to someone else.
Who is entitled to child support?
If your child is the dependent of someone who is not your parent or your guardian, then they’re entitled to receive support.
That means that the court is not able to order the payments.
When is child support paid?
When your child owes child support.
Child support is paid by either the parent who has the most money in the account or the child who owes most.
The amount of child support is determined by the court based on factors like how much time and attention your child needs to be home, how much support your child earns, and what your child pays.
The amount of support is usually determined by a court.
Can I get money back for child support I don’t owe?
If the court determines that you owe child support and you are unable to pay it, you can request a judge to order your child to pay.
Children and other dependent parents can also request that the support you’re paying be reduced or suspended to make up for the time you were absent from the home.
For example, if your child has a child support obligation and your parent has a medical condition, the child may be able request that your parent’s disability be reduced in some way to make room for their medical condition.
Does the court have the power to order my child to give me more support?
A court does not have the