I really like your answer but the girlfriends father already filed a case against me for support for my son. Because dillan is now living with his girlfriend that he has pregnant and the girlfriend is still living with her parents. So since my son is enrolled in his 2nd senior year of school the girlfriends father decided to file for support. I feel this is wrong. The child support guidelines should have a limit of age school or not.
just the fact that my son is living with him. he has no custody. The girlfriends father has actually opened up a case on me and his father. Beacause my son isnt living with either one of us only with his girlfriend in her fathers home. I guess he is claiming that he is living there so therfore Im supporting him and oh he is still in school so your paying me childsupport.
so what your saying is my son can not jump around from one resident to another resident and still claim support just because he is still in high school. Because this is what is happening in my case. when he left his fathers home he went to his biologicals mothers house (keep in mind she signed off legal rights) she filed support against me the adoptive parent and his father and started recieving support. Now my son moved out of her house (biological mothers) and into his girlfriends home to which she still lives with her parents and my son moved in with her because he has her pregnant. Now you see why Im so confused.
THANK YOU....AT THIS POINT WITH THE ADVICE YOU HAVE GIVEN ME I AM GOING TO FIGHT THIS ONE BECAUSE IT IS REDICULAS.
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