Exceptions to child support when parent is a minor
My son is sixteen and attends school. He father a child by an eighteen year old. Support was issued for him to pay 272.00 mthly. He only works part-time with my business. Can his income from working in a business owed and operated by his parent be attached and enforced by wage order? Is there exceptions?
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Re: Exceptions to child support when parent is a minor
If he earns legitimate income it doesn't matter that the source is his parents. You may be his parent but you're also his employer.