What would happen if the father of a child who is about to be 18 .
The father has always paid child support and got alittle behind but still pays to catch up (back child support) my question is instead of paying the BM the child support can he pay it straight to the child who is going to be 18 (He is an adult once he turns 18)..and wants to live on his own. If the child support is for the child and his well being why should the father continue to give it to the bm. (She might get upset bc she won't be getting that extra money sent to her no more) So he just might be opening a can of worms...
What are you thoughts?...thank you.
Asked by Anonymous at 10:15 PM on Aug. 22, 2009 in Adult Children (18+)
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