Costs depend on how quickly you can reach an agreement. If this is not possible, you can apply for family allowances in court. Unfortunately, children are caught in the middle of confrontations, which is not fair to children. If you wish to make changes to the existing agreement, note these points: if he is not on his son`s birth certificate, a declaration of paternity or a private hand instrument may be accepted. Another option is to mention the child as the beneficiary of insurance or social security benefits. My brother had just turned 18 when he put his ex-girlfriend pregnant, who is 30, and his teacher in high school. My brother is still a student (1st university) and can not support under any circumstances. Can his ex-girlfriend apply for child benefit right now? Hello. My husband had a daughter before we got married.
He supports your daughter consistently. Last year, in 2017, we were laid off from our work abroad, which forced us to go home here to phil. My husband decided to open a small business, but unfortunately it didn`t work. I am currently working and my husband is unemployed at the moment, so I am in charge of our daily expenses at the moment. Before that, it was normal for me to grant his daughter`s monthly allowance, because our given company had good incentives for us. However, this incentive plan has been abolished and, to reduce it, my base salary is just enough for our daily expenses and other bills. So we told his ex that, for now, we would not be able to give 5000 pesos a month, while my husband was still looking for a job, but we assured him that as soon as he had a decent job, he was ready to give his help. But she wants to accept and insist that we always give the monthly allowance and that we refuse to listen to our Pakiusap.
Can she sue my husband because he has not given support while he is still looking for a job? And can she force me to support her child? What if my husband had a job? How much should we give to help ourselves if we ever earn a minimum wage? Hello. I would like to ask your opinion on my situation. I have a 5-year-old boy. Since my pregnancy, he has not supported his biological father. It is only now that he is working in Malaysia that he has been able to give twice a year. What do I need to do to make Child Support legal, since it works abroad? Can the Philippine Embassy/OWWA assist in this matter if the father is unable to provide support? Thank you very much. My relationship with my husband has become like that of an insane couple since 2008 because of his constant scam that I discovered 2 years after our marriage in 2002. At the time, he didn`t even have a stable job, so I was the one who supported our family. One day, during my pregnancy with our second child, I caught him again cheating, and during our confrontation, he met me. Then I told him that I was already full, and if I had the opportunity to come back with my parents, I would leave and I would never come back.
And it happens. But my parents have a sweet heart that they allowed him to come and visit us. After many conversations, I give him another chance. But telling the truth, once a crook, always an impostor. That`s not all, he spends more time with his friends. And since he doesn`t have a steady job, I took full responsibility. In 2014, I decided to work in the United Arab Emirates. At the time, because of the issue of trust, our relationship was rather civil.
We only talk for our children. I send transfers directly to my parents, where my children spent the night.