I am $16,800 in arrears on my child support but last year was found to be disabled and now receive Supplemental Social security benefits and it's my only source of income. How much if any can be garnished for my child support obligation? I receive a total of $794
Never married. Child’s father lives in different state. Does not help financially so I’m filing for child support. If I file will he have visitation rights in his state? He’s the non custodial parent , will I have to file for full custody of our child even considering he barely sees the child... Read more »
He says he is going to send the checks directly to her and not to me anymore because she will be 18. But she will still be under my roof and under my care exclusively (she has been living with only me for 5 years).
My ex was court ordered in 2009 to pay child support, he did for a while but hasn't in 5 or 6 years. I got married in 2014 and file taxes as married filing jointly. I need to file a judgment on my ex for not paying child support but wanted to know if my husband's income will be included... Read more »
i am a resident of Louisiana and so was my ex husband me and my ex husband got a divorce due to him cheating it was filed in January and granted in march i was also informed that me ex husband was expecting a new child with the female that he cheated on me with and is in a relationship with they... Read more »
I sent his father screenshots of the total and gave a list of the things bought. Shouldn’t this be sufficient as I am not asking for the full amount? I ordered the supplies on line so it would be easier but he is demanding an itemized receipt which I have no way of printing for him. I understand... Read more »
I am 25 years old disabled & live with my aunt who has Guardianship of me since 6 years old and is my representative payee for Social Security, recently my dad started paying his arrears for child support payments after 15 years and has let me know. however my biological mother is receiving... Read more »
I’ve been paying child support for my 2 children, ages 18 and 21, which one is special needs. My special needs son has recently passed away and my 18 yr old is still in school and working. Am I still obligated to pay the full amount till she is 19 or does my child support automatically reduce to... Read more »
i'm 25 years old I am disabled and my dad has been in arrears for a while he finally filed taxes after 3 years & notified me that I should be getting a lump sum payment. Is my Biological mother entitled to the funds even though I never lived with her & someone else raised me and is my... Read more »
I'm 29. Never lived with either of my parents, basically. They are taking money out of my mom's unemployment and from her last two employers. She signed his off years ago and he was SUPPOSED to do the same when he got out of jail but didn't. Is there a way i can receive that money... Read more »
July 2014-Dec 2019 at $711 a month. ($46,926 in arrears) The state now is garnishing his paycheck for his current monthly amount though how do I get the arrears owed? He has 4 daughters w/ 4 different mothers. The oldest has aged out since the child support was finalized by judge in 2012. He is... Read more »
You need to get an executory judgment for the full amount of arrears. Then file that against him with the Clerk of Court as a personal lien. Then renew it every 10 years. Your attorney can also do a judgment debtor rule.
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