My daughter is 31. Her biological father never paid child support. I want to know if I can sue him for retro support. I married another man just before her birth, and it is my husband's name on the birth certificate not the biological father. There was never a court order for child support. Thank you.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Child support is considered to be accruing when the court orders that it is due or to be paid. Unfortunately, since a child support order was never entered saying that child support is due or accruing then neither you nor your daughter can go after the biological father for retroactive child support.
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