Can my 17 year old son, who is still in high school and now a father, be sued for child support or am I responsible for him? We live in North Carolina.
“Can my 17 year old son, who is still in high school and now a father, be sued for child support or am I responsible for him? We live in North Carolina.”
Depending on your son’s financial situation, it is possible that the court will look to him, you, the mother of the child, and (providing she is a minor as well) her parents for child support. The Court’s first priority is to provide for your grandchild, and will find the most practical solution to be sure that the child’s needs are met.
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State laws vary, and the above is intended as general advice, and not direct legal advice regarding any one particular situation in any one state. For direct personal legal advice related to your own situation you should consult an attorney familiar with the laws of your state and with your situation.
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