Q: My ex-wife has sent "Income Withholding for Support" papers to my current employer & Military pension... Why?
I'm current on my child support payments. My ex-wife has sent Income withholdings for support to my current employer and Military pension. Both forms are asking for the same support amount. Will I be double tapped on child support?
It's possible that your ex-wife has sent income withholding orders to both your current employer and your military pension to ensure that she receives the full amount of child support owed to her on a timely basis. This is a common practice to ensure that child support payments are made consistently and on time.
If you are current on your child support payments and have not missed any payments, then you should not be double-tapped on child support. However, if there is a mistake in the paperwork or if the forms were sent in error, it's important to address the situation quickly and ensure that your payments are correctly applied.
It's recommended to review the paperwork carefully and reach out to your ex-wife or her attorney to clarify any questions or concerns. You can also consult with an attorney who specializes in family law to ensure that your legal rights are protected and that you are not being unfairly penalized.
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