you get child support from the day you file unless you have a bomb *** lawyer or somethingAnswer 2
Did she completely give up her parental rights, legally? Or did she just give him full custody? If they have it legally in writing that she is not to pay child support, I don't think they can go back and make her pay for before. If she legally completely gave up all rights to her child (as in she is legally no longer the child's mother), I'm positive they can't get her for back child support.Answer 3
If she signed over the rights in a court case then no. If they just had an agreement between themselves then yes.Answer 4
If she signed over all rights to the child he can not get child support from her.
If she gave him full custody...she has to pay child support from the moment he took the little girl.
If she gave him full custody it is possible for her to regain joint custody. But she will have to pay back child support. If she gave up rights...unless the father agrees...and the judge is sympathetic she does not have a chance.Answer 5
If he signed over his rights while he owed back support then yes he has to pay it all back.Answer 6
When you sign over rights, all current support obligations will be dropped. You will, however, be responsible for the back child support that was ordered. If there was never any support ordered, I don't know what will happen. What a jerk though, it seems like he's just trying to get money. In trying to get joint custody back, it might be hard for her especially if she has been out of the child's life the whole time. They look at what is in the best interest of the child.