The two divorced, and the man did not pay child support. Can the woman change the child's surname? see how the court decides

time:2023-02-03 14:48:25source:monlittlebaby.com author:Make one's mouth water
The two divorced, and the man did not pay child support. Can the woman change the child's surname? see how the court decides

Text | Cheats Under normal circumstances, if the husband and wife are divorced, if the mother is the one with the child, she will consider changing the child's surname to her own. Is this idea feasible? There is a case in life. Chen Mou and Guo Mou are husband and wife. After the two divorced, their mother Chen Mou took the children to live. As the father, Guo Mou did not send 1,000 yuan in alimony per month according to the agreement. Five years later, Chen couldn't take it anymore, thinking that if you don't pay child support, let's not talk about it, and the child still has your surname, how could you take advantage of it? So he filed a lawsuit with the court, in addition to requiring Guo to pay child support, he also asked the child to change to his mother's surname. In the end, the court upheld the request for Guo to pay child support, but rejected the request to change the child's surname. Some people may be puzzled, why don't you support changing your surname? The child has been living with the mother, not with the father! Let's take a look at the laws regarding surnames: children can take their father's or their mother's surname. Children have the right to change their names and surnames by themselves when they reach adulthood, but the change of surnames for minor children must be negotiated by both parents and can only be changed after unanimous consent. This shows that, whether in marriage or divorced, as long as the child is underage, one of the parents wants the child to change the surname, it must be agreed by both parties. According to our culture, children generally follow men after birth. If they want to change their surnames during the growth process, they usually want to change their surnames to their mothers' surnames, but it is often impossible to change them, because usually, the father will not agree, even if the husband and wife have already divorce. This involves a question: Why do men value their children's surnames so much, and insist that children follow their own surnames? This is about the origin of the surname. At first we were a matriarchal society. In the early primitive society, we lived by gathering, and women played a big role in gathering, so the matrilineal line was dominant. After the child is born, he only knows his mother, not his father. In the later stage of the matriarchal society, the groups formed by the blood relationship began to grow, so the clan society was formed, and at this time there were tribes. There are Chao clan, Suiren clan, Xuanyuan clan, etc., all of which are named after clans. As human civilization continued to develop, people no longer simply lived by gathering fruits, but farming, hunting, pottery making, etc., and sometimes wars between tribes. Men are more dominant in these things, so from the maternal line to the patriline, the primitive society is gradually transformed into a slave society. Private ownership also began to appear, indicating that individual households also began to appear. The family is dominated by men. To whom does the wealth created by men go? Of course, it is for your own child. In order to ensure that the child is your own, you must give the child your surname. This is the origin of the surname right. Since then, we have experienced a long feudal society, and until now, "the son follows the father's surname" has long been deeply rooted in the hearts of the people. The child's surname is his own surname, which means that he is related by blood and is his own child. That's why men always ask their children to take their father's surname, and some men feel "lost face" once a child's surname is changed. Then the question arises. If the situation at the beginning of the article occurs, the husband refuses to pay child support, and the child cannot change the surname, what should the woman do if she is angry? I happen to have an example. The woman divorced because the man cheated, and the woman raised the child. The man cheated, and would rather be prosecuted and put in a detention center than pay child support, and of course he did not agree to change his surname. Not only that, but the man also shouted that "the son will always be the seed of my old X's family, she should raise my son for me, and I will take it back when the son is older". Who is not angry about this? Fortunately, my son is not a vegetarian. When he grew up, he got married and had a baby, and the son directly let the baby take the surname of his grandmother. It means that I can't follow my mother's surname, my son can follow his mother's surname, and your old X's family will be cut off when you come to me! I have to say, it's heartwarming. Senior nursery teacher, psychological counselor. He understands parenting and psychology, and also pays attention to the mother's self-growth and family management, and strives to be a caring person for mothers. Welcome to [Parenting Cheats], you can find the answers here for everything you want to know about parenting care, growth and development, family education, and mental health!
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