Month of the Military Child on April, 2018: Military child support?
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If he's an E3 living the barracks he get BAH-differential which very well could be $160 a month. However, your child support is not based on his pay grade or his entitlements (BAH, BAS, etc). its based on what the judge orders when you apply for child support through the courts. Believe it or not, he is not obligated to give you anything and the military cannot force him to do so unless you have legal papers that identify him as the father and order him to pay child support. Also, your daughter is entitled to Tricare medical insurance as well as dental insurance. Additionally she can use the commissary and exchanges on base (as a minor you can go with her but the purchases have to be for her so you can buy her formula but not a 42 in plasma at age 4). She needs to be added to his records and put into DEERS (this is how she will be ID'd as military and what benefits she is entitled too). Call a lawyer that is prior military or retired military. Initial consultations are free. Finally go to the DFAS web page it the defense finance and accounting site that will tell you all of his pays, allowances and how to file a garnishment for your child support. Good Luck.
Does the military pay child support twice a month?
I wasn't aware that the military pays child support? My husband has his payments to the mother of his son set up that it gets paid once a month, in a lump sum, but he could technically do two payments, as that is how he receives his pay. I wanna say it depends on the father and how he wants to/can afford to do things...
Military and children.?
If it is your child and you want to be able to see your child, do not under any circumstance, sign over parental rights. She cannot force you to do this, unless you're an unfit father. No judge is going to take parental rights away from you, just because she wants it. Plus, if they see it and they know you're joining the military, they'll be even more lenient for you, as well.