Q) I am being wrongfully charged. I was getting ss and my sons received a check also, but my ex-wife lied and she’s getting more of my income than I am. I can’t afford my own housing. I have to live with relatives! Please help me!
A) If you believe that you are being wrongfully charged for child support, you may want to consider seeking legal assistance to help you resolve the issue. Here are some steps you can take:
- Gather evidence: Collect any documents that you have that support your claim, such as pay stubs, tax returns, and proof of any SSI payments.
- Contact the child support agency: Reach out to the child support agency and explain your situation. Ask for an explanation of how they calculated the amount of child support you owe.
- Request a hearing: If you believe that the amount is incorrect, you may be able to request a hearing to contest the decision. You will need to provide evidence to support your case.
- Seek legal assistance: If you are having difficulty resolving the issue, consider consulting with a family law attorney who specializes in child support cases. They can provide legal guidance and help you navigate the process.
Remember to keep copies of all documents and correspondence related to the case. Be persistent in following up with the child support agency and seek legal assistance if necessary.