Q) My ex husband’s employer is taking the child support out of his check, but not turning it into domestics. It has been happening for over 2 years. Every time the county office contacts him, he sends in a small check. He is currently in arrears for over $2,400. He had an enforcement conference and played dumb saying he didn’t know how to do it and would fix it all. It is now almost 2 months later and still no support. What can I do??? I keep calling and emailing my case worker and am getting no reply or help. WHAT CAN I DO???????????? This employer should be in jail if you ask me.
A) In your case you need the assistance of an attorney that focus on child support cases. You need child support payments that are in arrears and the consistency of you child’s father child support obligation. Please seek the service of a Child Support Lawyer.
Child Support Repayment.
Once child support arrears are established, the question becomes how to pay them back. State law may allow the custodial parent or child support enforcement agency to seize the noncustodial parent’s assets to apply against the arrears. … This extra payment continues until the arrears balance is paid in full.
Q) I have had an open case to attempt to collect child support from my ex-husband for several years. He was just sentenced to prison in Florida for the next 10 years. 2 of the 3 children are now 22, but I still have a 15 year old at home and could really use support.… Continue Reading
Q) How do I find out how much is owed in arrears A) If your state offers eServices for child support, you can easily check how much you owe online by logging in to your state child support services website. If you call your local child support collection agency they can ALSO help in providing… Continue Reading
Q) My daughter live in Imperial MO, her ex husband moved to MO a year ago and lives in St.Louis. The divorce happened in the state of Washington. He has not been paying child support the way he should, a little here a little there, meaning a $50,a $25,a$ 16. He owes over $11000 now.… Continue Reading
Q) I am currently paying child support, but my son’s mother refuses to let me have any contact with him. They were living out of state, but have moved back to Anderson. I cannot afford an attorney; how do I request a court order for regular visitation? A) If as a parent you are not… Continue Reading
Q) I live in taxes and need to modify child support payments. I just recently started a new job that pays 1200 a month and my child support payment is $600 a month. A) You will need to provide evidence of your reduction of income in order for the judge to modify your child support… Continue Reading
Q) My daughter will be attending college this fall. I need to modify child support. Her name is Leah K***o. Her dads name is R**n K***o. And my name is Laci M***e. A) To modify a child support order you need to ask the Probate and Family Court. Steps needed to modify a child support… Continue Reading
Q) I am an OTR truck driver. I am paying child support weekly. freight is slow, my paychecks are going way downI have sent in new paystubs and nothingI am barely surviving with paying child support, arrears which I didnt even know I had. and how health insurance which is 70dollars a paycheck. if the… Continue Reading
Q) How do I get copies of my court orders to pay child Support? A) You can get a copy of your court order from the local child support office that manages your case by: Contact the Superior Court Clerk’s office in the county where the order was obtained. Email, call or visit your local… Continue Reading
Q) Hello my name is Arnold I am Aggas the ll, my phone number is 805-***-4**8 I’m trying to get a hold of somebody to help me with the child support that I’m paying I have an issue I need help to fix something if you can give me a call back I can explain… Continue Reading
State Child Support Offices
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