Child support _terms and legal basis to get it

 Child support _terms and legal basis to get it

 

 

Child support

child support _   Mr. A has a child who has finished S1 and continues to S2. Currently the child is 23 years old, so Br. A applies for an extension of child support up to 25 years. In a statement from the school on July 3, 2019 it was stated that the child in question had been accepted and classes would start in September 2019.

In this case it means that the extension of child support payments will be activated from September or starting in July when the child is admitted to school? Please provide information regarding this matter and refer to the regulations governing this matter.

Answer:

We can inform you as follows:
1. Child Allowance is an allowance given to civil servants who have children (biological children, stepchildren and adopted children). Child allowance is one of the elements of salary.



Child support _terms and legal basis to get it

 
    Article 9 paragraph (2) Government Regulation Number 12 of 1967 (PGPS of 1968)
    Government Regulation Number 13 of 1980 concerning the First Amendment to Government Regulation Number 7 of 1977 concerning the Regulation of Civil Servants' Salaries concerning the amendment of Article 16 of Government Regulation Number 7 of 1977
    Article 53 Presidential Decree Number 16 of 1994 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of the State Budget
    Article 31 Presidential Decree Number 42 of 2002 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of the State Budget
    SE Together with the Minister of Finance and the Head of the State Administration and Personnel Agency number SE-19/SE/1980.

To be eligible for alimony, the child must meet the following requirements:

    has not exceeded the age limit of 21 years;
    not or have never been married;
    do not have their own income; and
    become the responsibility of the civil servant concerned.

The provisions relating to child support are:


    given a maximum of two children;
    In the event that a civil servant on March 1, 1994 has received child support for more than two children, he is still given child support for the amount according to the circumstances on that date. If after that date the number of children receiving child support is reduced due to maturity, marriage, or death, the reduction cannot be replaced, unless the number of children becomes less than two;
    the amount of child support is 2% per child of basic salary;
    child support is terminated in the following month after not fulfilling the provisions for providing child support or passing away;
    The employee is obliged to report that the child who is under the employee's responsibility has not fulfilled the provisions for providing child support or has died;
    The age limit of the child as mentioned above can be extended from the age of 21 years to the age of 25 years, if the child is still in school with the following conditions:
        can show a statement letter from the principal of the school/course/college that the child is still in school/course/college;
        the period of study at the school/course/college is at least one year;
        did not receive a scholarship.
    To obtain child support must be proven by:
        Child birth certificate or certificate from the authorized official at the local Civil Registry Office/lurah/sub-district;
        A court decision that decides/validates a divorce in which the child is fully dependent on the widow/widower for stepchild support for the divorced widow/widower;
        A certificate from the lurah/camat that the children are dependent on the widow/widower for stepchild support for the widow/widower whose husband/wife died
        District Court decision on adoption (adoption law) for child support for adopted children (if the employee adopts more than 1 adopted child, then the payment of child support for adopted children is a maximum of 1 child)
    For stepchild/adopted child allowance, it is paid starting from the month the birth certificate is received by the work unit/employee expenditure administration official (payment of stepchild/adopted child allowance is not retroactive) with one of the following conditions:
        the actual father of the child has died which must be proven by a certificate from the civil service (at least the camat),
        the real father of the child is not a civil servant and child support for the children is given to the father which must be proven by a certificate from the office where the father works.
        the child is no longer a dependent of the father as evidenced by a decision letter from the district court that the child has been fully handed over to the child's mother and ratified by the civil service (at least the camat).


Child allowance is given to civil servants who have children or adopted children who are less than 21 years old, have never been married, do not have their own income and are clearly the responsibility of the civil servant concerned, which is 2% of the basic salary for each child as much as - the number of 2 children already

In accordance with the above provisions, child support can be given up to the age of 25 years provided the child is still in school with the conditions mentioned above

 

 

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