Can courts suspend child support even if the non- custodial parent owes over 100k in arrearages??
My ex owes over $100k in back child support and has filed to suspend child support because he lost his job. How can the state allow him to just pay nothing when he has assets under his new wife's name?
He can file to have it suspended, but that doesn't mean the courts won't allow it.
And his tax refunds at all levels can be garnished to pay back child support.
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