3 ways to avoid paying child support. LEGALLY (2023)


Co parenting. Building a healthy relationship with your child. How to avoid child support. Sworn Family Fitness Financials


Welcome back to another episode I got the birds over me it's early morning out here in Cali, as you can see the blue skies, but anyways, welcome back to another episode of swamp Amelie fitness and financials I'm gonna first take time out to say.

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So your updated whenever I, upload a new video, no now, I know, this video may come across as a little bit as click bait or cringe-worthy.

As my son, tell me a lot of my titles are, but I felt like it was a necessary subject to talk about, especially for fathers who feel like we are very unfairly treated in the court system when it comes to visitation rights and paying child support for a child.

So I've noticed that a lot of my videos are only getting about two or three minutes of watch time.

Come out.

We got to get that up trial.

It was time to stick through I'll, tell it into the video I'll, give out a lot of very good information.

But if you're here for quick synopsis, these are the three ways you can avoid paying child support one is by having primary physical custody of your child right? And then you don't have to pay child support two is by having a court order where you and the co-parent share 50/50 joint custody of the child.

If you have an agreement in place that you both will split the financial responsibilities, 50/50 with neither one of you paying support to each other.

And the third one is, you have a very bad relationship with the person you co-parent with.

And you get them to agree to you, not paying child support and will probably entirely to you not having a relationship with your child.

Unfortunately, that's the current situation that I'm in.

So if you were here for just a quick synopsis, there, you go, hopefully that was helpful, but if you're looking for more detailed information, I'll get into that part of it now.

So for everybody that knows them, personally, you know that I have three kids one from a prior relationship to meeting my wife that I've been in a relationship with for the past 14 years and us having two children together.

My oldest daughter is 15 soon to be 16.

And she still resides out of state.

Unfortunately me and her mother didn't have the best of relationships where we decided to bring a child into this world, which in turn bled over into my relationship with my daughter.

So I was an active father for the better part of nine years and Paige, how support attended sporting events and did everything active love and father would do.

And it was a struggle right? Long story short.

It was a struggle.

You know for nine and a half years I ended up going back and forth to court.

Finally, for my visitations, getting court order after court order I would go to pick up my child be denied, my visits and at something or at that, nine and a half year mark, my child's mother decided to up and move out of state, illegally.

And with that I didn't petitioned her back to court to try to have her be ordered to move back to New York State, which is where I resided at the time.

And the courts informed me that they couldn't necessarily make her move back, but I could still continue.

My visitation on an altered schedule, which I obviously felt like was very unfair.

So my solution to that problem was I made, the court and her an offer that if she was gonna be allowed, to move out of state that I would then be allowed to no longer be required to pay child support.

And to my amazement, she agreed.

So I, haven't, paid child support for almost six years.

Right so for a little over five years now and if you know me you, know, I enjoy being a dad.

You know, I, love being an active.

Father so I.

Would gladly pay? Child support in order to have a happy and healthy relationship with my child? Unfortunately, that's not the case.

So over the last two and a half years, I've been semi-active and trying to become a mainstay in my daughter's life again and it's been a rocky road.

Now, I know, a lot of people are gonna go.

Maybe this is the inappropriate video.

You know, my daughter will come across this video at some point in time.

Her friends will come across this video at some point in time.

But as I said, I, believe in being transparent I want to get information out there.

And hopefully this will reach my daughter and help her better understand that I do and would like to be a part of her life.

You know, it's it's, not always the easiest thing and everybody, you know, as I said, can be comments or questions down below, and let me know your thoughts and opinions.

And even you know, give me advice because as I said, I'm, not perfect I grew up, not knowing my father.

So I know how important you know having a father is in a child's life.

And is the reason why I still struggle to be a part of my daughter's life.

Now, I'm, not sitting here, saying, you know, I've done everything right, I've been the best as far as reaching out, or you know, just being perfect in general I just know that it's possible to not pay child support right.

Now, I know, a lot of guys clicked on this video I was like, yes, one for the guys one for the dads, but that truly isn't.

What this video is about I'm, literally here to let, you know, it's always better to pay child support.

If you all a child into this world, you are responsible.

And you should take the responsibility of taking care of that child.

And raising that child, regardless to whether or not the the government or your state makes you pay child support or not right so to click on a video and think that I'm an advocate for not paying child support that's that would be an inaccurate take away from this video to click on a video I think that I'm like in support of people, not paying child support that would also be an inaccurate takeaway from this video I, truly believe, if you have a child, you are responsible for taking care of that child.

Ok, I want to be very clear on that.

If you have a child, you should not be looking to avoid taking care of that child.

If that's the case you shouldn't have children going blank period, that's, my stance that's, my belief, my opinion on that will never change and I'm, not going to go ahead and make this video.

Extra long, I, just want to turn tap in and let.

You know that it's possible to not pay child support.

You know, again, I would love to have a healthy relationship with my daughter.

And if I could pay child support to to have a healthy relationship with my daughter I would do that in a heartbeat.

So again, I just want to thank everybody for tuning in don't.

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How do I avoid paying child support in Florida? ›

Can a parent waive child support? Under Florida law, a parent cannot waive child support. Technically, child support is owed to the child and the parent does not have the ability to waive it. Further, judges may not complete a custody or divorce case unless child support is addressed.

What is the most child support you can take from you? ›

The amount that can be withheld from your wages is limited by the Federal Consumer Credit Protection Act. Here are the limits: 50 percent of disposable income if an obligated parent has a second family. 60 percent if there is no second family.

How do I avoid child support in NY? ›

Terminating Child Support in New York
  1. Marriage of the child.
  2. The child habitually residing with a person of the opposite sex.
  3. Death of the wife or the child.
  4. Permanent residence located away from the custodial parent.
  5. Attainment of 21 years of age.
  6. Entry into the armed forces.
  7. Engagement in full-time employment by the child.

What is Rule 32 in Alabama child support? ›

Rule 32 was amended effective June 1, 2023, to provide a method of calculating child support in cases in which a court order provides for shared 50% physical custody, i.e., when each parent retains physical custody of a child 50% (or approximately 50%) of the time.

How do I get around paying child support? ›

The best course of action is to ask the court for an order modification (more below). The only guaranteed ways for support to end are if parents get back together or the child becomes legally independent based on age (usually 18) or via emancipation, marriage or joining the military.

Is it mandatory to pay child support in Florida? ›

Florida Child Support laws are pretty clear: If there are minor children there is child support. That is a true statement in 99% of child custody cases. The courts and the child support statutes are very clear on this issue – the parents of children must pay child support.

Who pays the most child support? ›

The 10 most expensive celebrity child support payments
  • 1/10CHARLIE SHEEN – (US) $110,000 a month. ...
  • 2/10EDDIE MURPHY - (US) $50,000 a month. ...
  • 3/10BRENDAN FRASER - (US) $75,000 a month. ...
  • 4/10MICK JAGGER – (US) $25,000 a month. ...
  • 5/10HALLE BERRY – (US) $16,000 a month. ...
  • 6/10FRANCOIS-HENRI PINAULT - (US) $46,000 a month.

Can you negotiate child support in NY? ›

Yes. Parents can come to an agreement regarding child custody and support during negotiations of the separation agreement. They can then include the provisions of the settlement agreement/stipulation in the divorce decree.

What happens if a parent doesn't pay child support in NY? ›

In certain cases of willful nonpayment of child support, the delinquent parent may go to jail for up to six months. Noncustodial parents who owe child support arrears equal to or more than four months of current support may be eligible to have their state-issued licenses suspended through the court process.

Can I give up my parental rights and not pay child support in Florida? ›

Can I sign away my rights to my child so I won't have to pay child support in Florida? Typically, you are not allowed to waive your rights to your child and avoid paying child support. Judges decide most issues regarding children by considering what is in their best interest.

Can you terminate your parental rights to avoid child support in Florida? ›

If a parent surrenders their parental rights they do not have to pay child support anymore. However, this also means that they no longer have any say in what the child does and they cannot request visitation rights. In some instances, the custodial parent may ask the non-custodial parent to give up their rights.

Can a mother refuse child support in Florida? ›

In Florida, if you cannot see your children or if they are living with the other parent full time, you may be able to stop paying child support. But you cannot decide to do this on your own. Child support is ordered by the court, and the court has to be the one to make changes to what you pay.

Can you go to jail in the state of Florida for not paying child support? ›

If a parent who owes support is found in contempt of court for willful non-payment of child support, the parent may be incarcerated until payment is made as ordered, but only if the court makes a specific finding that the parent has the present ability to pay a specific dollar amount.

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