How has late Child Support Payments missed up your credit?
If you don't pay your child support, it will show up eventually on your credit report and it is almost as bad as unpaid taxes.
And if you lose a driver's license or professional license for unpaid child support, you lose the ability to pay your bills and likely fall behind on other debts, too.
by ezgoin6 years ago
Child support payments should be a tax deduction if my ex doesnt have a job and she lives off my $$I gross $4000.00, I pay $1800 a month on childsupport/ alimony, I have no tax credits so I have to pay $6000 to $10,000...
by Terry Martin3 years ago
Should there be requirements for someone to continue to recieve child support?For example. Currently, if the person receiving child support decides to work more to make more money they get less from the noncustodial...
by Chernika Lipscomb4 months ago
Do you think that parents who take care of their children should be obligated to pay child support?This question goes for mothers and fathers who are placed on child support, despite of the fact that they may take care...
by Chelley34 months ago
I get child support for my son. I recently lost my job & had to move out of town temporarily.My son had to go live with his father...until I can get back on my feet. My ex-husband stopped giving me child...
by CathyQuillen7 months ago
Unfair practices of judges in child support recovery casesWhen child support is overly inflated
by Imani Faith3 years ago
Child support thats not about the child, and takes over half of what a person is making pluse jailNot being able to drive because of a unfair systems with DMV
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