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Is it true....??? Say a man has had different relationships and had children from those and that child support is to be paid for these children .... is it true that the first child would get more child support and benefits then the last child?

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Anonymous

Asked by Anonymous at 3:57 AM on Mar. 13, 2011 in Parenting Debate

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  • I have heard that, but dunno how true it is.
    Chloesmom1126

    Answer by Chloesmom1126 at 4:05 AM on Mar. 13, 2011

  • May be..
    AnuMeha

    Answer by AnuMeha at 4:09 AM on Mar. 13, 2011

  • Child support goes by his income not by how many children he has
    admckenzie

    Answer by admckenzie at 4:21 AM on Mar. 13, 2011

  • ive heard that but it goes by income and i believe its a total with his first and a differnt total of yours. if that makes any sense. lol
    shellychivell

    Answer by shellychivell at 5:39 AM on Mar. 13, 2011

  • As far as I understand, all CS is income based. Laws vary from state to state as well.
    JuLiAnSmOmMy317

    Answer by JuLiAnSmOmMy317 at 7:31 AM on Mar. 13, 2011

  • I have always heard that the oldest one comes first.
    jenn4443

    Answer by jenn4443 at 8:39 AM on Mar. 13, 2011

  • I have always heard that the oldest one comes first.

    If that's true, it makes no sense.
    BubbaLuva

    Answer by BubbaLuva at 9:15 AM on Mar. 13, 2011

  • There is usually a set formula. The father completes paperwork on his income and expenses a does the mother. Years ago I assisted women filling out the forms. There wasn't a question of how many other children do you have. It did ask if you paid child suport for other children and how much. But many mothers had concerns the father was not reporting accurately or truthfully in all areas. That his proof of income was not right.
    frogdawg

    Answer by frogdawg at 9:31 AM on Mar. 13, 2011

  • The first child to apply for support will get a higher rate because it is based on income and expenses. Once one child is getting support, that's an expense that has to be accounted for.
    scout_mom

    Answer by scout_mom at 11:29 AM on Mar. 13, 2011

  • Yes
    skittles1108

    Answer by skittles1108 at 12:59 PM on Mar. 13, 2011

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