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(Some Guy)   Two and a Half Men star Jon Cryer ordered to pay $8,000 in child support for a son 96% in HIS custody   (fathersandfamilies.org) divider line 160
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2013-02-08 08:07:16 AM
Wonder if he could pay the whole thing off in one payment, and call it a day...
 
2013-02-08 08:45:40 AM

Hugo Zorilla: jst3p: kvinesknows: phucc listen I a, going to keep doing this till one comes out right

There is a filter, there are ways to get around it but I wouldn't advise it.

Nah, keep going, let's see if he can figure it out...


meh. phuc you Gwendylon is the closest I can come
 
2013-02-08 08:46:18 AM

MacWizard: You only pay child support until the child is 18.


hahaha.... no
 
2013-02-08 08:46:58 AM

Hugo Zorilla: Wonder if he could pay the whole thing off in one payment, and call it a day...


nope

the mother could go out and spend it all... and just like she is blameless now, she would be blameless then and he would still have to pay even more support.
 
2013-02-08 09:00:53 AM

kvinesknows: MacWizard: You only pay child support until the child is 18.

hahaha.... no


In California, the age of majority is 18.

"18 years except an unmarried child who has attained the age of 18 years, is a full-time high school student, and who is not self-supporting, is considered a minor until the time the child completes the 12th grade or attains the age of 19 years, whichever occurs first."

http://www.ncsl.org/issues-research/human-services/termination-of-ch il d-support-age-of-majority.aspx
 
2013-02-08 04:40:04 PM

kvinesknows: Hugo Zorilla: Wonder if he could pay the whole thing off in one payment, and call it a day...

nope

the mother could go out and spend it all... and just like she is blameless now, she would be blameless then and he would still have to pay even more support.


Ah.

Can he demand an accounting of where the money is going?
 
2013-02-08 06:56:50 PM

Hugo Zorilla: kvinesknows: Hugo Zorilla: Wonder if he could pay the whole thing off in one payment, and call it a day...

nope

the mother could go out and spend it all... and just like she is blameless now, she would be blameless then and he would still have to pay even more support.

Ah.

Can he demand an accounting of where the money is going?


BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

*wipes tear*

That's a good one.
 
2013-02-08 07:19:46 PM

Bhruic: Gwendolyn: He is paying .07% of his income from Two and a Half Men a month to help maintain a home for his son to visit and who may be placed back there at any time. That's like a guy who makes $60,000 handing over $35 each month. I don't think that's completely unreasonable.

It certainly is unreasonable.  The "he's rich, so it's ok" defense just doesn't cut it.  Can he afford to pay the money?  Certainly.  No one is arguing it's going to make him poor.  That doesn't make it reasonable.  The idea that it costs 96K per year simply to "maintain a home" that the kid sees maybe one day a month is lunacy.

This is an absolutely clear case of a person living off the money of someone else because she's too lazy to do anything for herself.  Being enabled by the courts is adding insult to injury.


Certainly explains why the Fark liberals are falling all over themselves to defend her.
 
2013-02-08 11:37:53 PM

jst3p: Hugo Zorilla: kvinesknows: Hugo Zorilla: Wonder if he could pay the whole thing off in one payment, and call it a day...

nope

the mother could go out and spend it all... and just like she is blameless now, she would be blameless then and he would still have to pay even more support.

Ah.

Can he demand an accounting of where the money is going?

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

*wipes tear*

That's a good one.


I take it that's a "no".
/never been divorced
//no kids
///not a lawyer, but I did stay in a Holiday Inn once...
 
2013-02-09 12:42:00 AM

Hugo Zorilla: jst3p: Hugo Zorilla: kvinesknows: Hugo Zorilla: Wonder if he could pay the whole thing off in one payment, and call it a day...

nope

the mother could go out and spend it all... and just like she is blameless now, she would be blameless then and he would still have to pay even more support.

Ah.

Can he demand an accounting of where the money is going?

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

*wipes tear*

That's a good one.

I take it that's a "no".
/never been divorced
//no kids
///not a lawyer, but I did stay in a Holiday Inn once...


She could be a meth head and the women's groups would still fall over themselves to defend her right to spend the money as she pleased without the shadow of a patriarchal fascist system controlling her.
 
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