Q: Fiancee never misses a CS payment, yet we can barely financially survive. What do we do?
Fiancee pays CS for his 2 younger children. He also has a child (separate from others) that lives in the home that is a dependent whom is 17. After paying CS, there is hardly anything left for the dependent living with him. So now shes suffering. Will the courts take that into consideration with a review? Also, he pays CS yet the mother does not have a job. Hasn't for over 2 years, living with her family. Doesn't the custodial parent also have an equal responsibility to paying for their children? Why do we go without when he pays CS yet she doesn't have to have a job to support her own kids? Collecting over $500 in SNAP and allows her mother to claim the kids in tax returns and then gives her the money... isn't that tax fraud? Am I missing something? Saving for an attorney now but these things take time. Don't know what direction to take...
When child support was set, did dad make sure OCSE was aware of the older dependent?
Whether the mother has a job or not, dad still owes support for minor children.
Not an accountant, but grandmother can collect tax credit, IF she meets several tax code requirements.
Might be, might not.
A reviewing attorney will have a lot more information, look for issues you could be missing or don't realize are important.
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