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Why is the standard for child support recovery differant for every case? Why harder on some?
Why are child support cases treated differently? I understand the amount varies from income and the number of children. However, it seems to me there is a huge gap in enforcement from one case to the next. So why and how do we fix this? My ex is about 70,000 behind in child support. He pays here and there, $25 here and $50 there once a month that they take out of his check. He has gotten out of more court rooms than I care to count and yet there are men that pay dearly if they miss on payment. So what do we do? How can this be fixed?
Some people will intentionally get jobs that pay under the table while other intentionally quit jobs shortly after getting them to stay a step ahead. Unfortunately, it doesn't matter the amount that's paid in comparison to what's owed and I've seen this first hand with my past coworkers. The father of her children (twins) owes at least $40,000 and hid like a criminal until they both turned 18. I doubt she'll ever get $1,000 of it, let alone more because he lives at and works at a cheap motel.
The laws vary and in too many cases you'll find the other parent actually refusing to cooperate with authorities when it come to getting the person locked up for non payment. I can think of at least two women off the top of my head whom I've worked with that refused to have the guy locked up while they got upset and stressed out because they couldn't pay for basics for their kids and constantly juggled bills and bill collectors.
I don't think that this system can be fixed in time enough to assist you. It will take an extreme amount of effort from inside and outside the courts as well as a lot of money lobbying politicians to change the laws to be more uniform. He is atrociously behind, I say do everything in your power to lock him up. When he gets out, he will have renewed fervor in taking care of the life he helped create.
by stacies292 years ago
I feel that some women are just scorned lovers who are out 4 revenge.
by stacies299 years ago
My fiance' is going through some issues with the mother of his child where he is paying child support but she will not let him see the child unless they are in a relationship and I am out of the picture. She has...
by mypleasurefantasy5 years ago
Why is it always the man who is called a deadbeat dad? Never the woman?Has our society grown to blame every parent disaster on the father? Example, why are men deadbeats and not women? I don't think I can ever remember...
by milleramanda535 years ago
When should the line be drawn for a non-custodial parent who refuses to pay child support? Is there a set amount before something is done?
by kathleenkat5 years ago
<snipped - no promotional links in the forums>I, for one, am completely shocked to learn that child support extends well into adulthood in some states. This is a little saddening that an adult can still receive...
by RKHenry9 years ago
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