despite the court being informed that the father is guaranteed at least 56 hours a week and has been working that schedule for years. He also has another job at a local business, where he is paid cash. I’ve requested a review of the child support case but the local office says the difference... Read more »
says pay 100 dollars to get out. His family will then pay the amount. The 100 is then split between his 6 kids, two are mine. He does periodically get a job but as soon as the child support office catches up with him and begins to take it out of his check he will quit. This cycle has been going on... Read more »
I owe the support, but the only money that goes into that account on a regular basis is my husbands direct deposited check. I do not work and have no wages going into that account. I'm only on the account to be able to pay bills.
You have just described the danger of having a joint account. Your husband may be able to file a motion for return of the money showing where it came from, but it may he not economically advisable to do so.
Had knee surgery and been in the hospital but judge locks you up over child support and denying medical treatment in jail. But still made some kind of payment. Still made an effort to pay something.. judge gave him 2 yrs for falling behind..
I have two kids with my ex ages 10 and 5 we were never married. I have always taken majority of the financial responsibilities for them like daycare, clothes and shoes, health care, sports and any other extra curricular activities. I also claim them on my tax return we split in 2015 and I picked... Read more »
Kids & I live in KY. I had my twins in SC. Dad lives in SC. He signed the BC, paternity is established. My girls will be 16 7-10-19. SC says he's 25+K behind, KY says 15+. Because it's an interstate case & SC just updated CS system nothing has been done. I'm told I can't talk to the CS office in... Read more »
My daughter’s father is supposed to pay 67% of her medical expenses not covered by insurance, but refuses to comply because “I get enough of his money already”. Initially when we went to court, my daughter and I had Medicaid so court ordered that her father add her onto his insurance and he... Read more »
I am going to be starting a new job soon that will allow me to contribute up to 50% of my pretax income to my 401K, and I planned to contribute the highest amount allowed. Is my 50% contribution still considered income in regard to child support? Or would my child support orders be based on my... Read more »
I never was late or did not pay my obligated child support payment. My ex wife took me to court but I didn't keep receipts. Dumb move! Well both boys over 18 and she is looking at 5 to 10 years in jail. Am I obligated to pay arrearages since she is in jail?
You need to file your own custody action. If she says he’s not yours, the child is not yet legally determined to be your son so you have no rights. However, if the dna proves he’s yours, then you get an order for possession and her manipulations will end!
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