Douglasville, GA asked in Child Support for Georgia

Q: Back pay child support

I have 2 kids their father has 6 total he been homeless for the past 8-9 years and never had a steady job or income. He just found work which requires a license which he hasn't had for years now and he called to figure out what to do to get it back and it's suspended due to a child support case from one of his other kids mother. He never received paper work on that to go to court because he is homeless and court set up an amount for him theirself. Now he owes THOUSANDS of dollars can't get his license and won't be able to get this new job. The child doesn't live with the mom she doesn't take care of him but she still claims him and gets government help for the child when he has been living with grandparents for years. So it there anything to be done to get the amount owed changed and get his license reinstated. I don't think it's fair that she was granted the amount for child support when he has other kids and he didn't even have a job and was homeless and she doesn't take care him

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Regina Irene Edwards
Regina Irene Edwards
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  • Lawrenceville, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: The amount will not change. He owes the money.

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