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(The Detroit_News)   I wonder how many people are sued for child support by their wives? Not EX-wife, mind you, nor even in divorce proceedings   (detroitnews.com) divider line 6
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2013-05-03 12:06:01 AM  
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Magnus: sethen320: Magnus: inglixthemad: Aquapope: Family Friend/Neighbor was taken to court by her ex-husband trying to reduce his child support payments (which he hadn't made in 2 years) because his new pregnant wife, new house and new car were costing him enough, he didn't feel he needed to support his first two sons as well.  She was terrified his non-paying ass was going to be let off the hook for the remaining 12 plus years of child support, which would probably mean getting a third job.  I saw her come home from the hearing, literally dancing in the driveway.  Judge said: "Not only will you write a check for 2 years of missed payments right this very minute, or go to jail, your monthly payment is now doubled and you must pay it through the state child services agency so we'll know when you 'forget' and make sure you remember..."

He was a monumental dick.  When my sister fell off her bike, he ran over from his front yard and declared that she hadn't broken any bones.  She hadn't, but he sent my parents a bill because he was a chiropractor and figured he was acting as a doctor so they should pay.  They ignored the bill and he never pursued it, but that's the kind of dick he was.

CSB

My friend had his business tank with the economy. Shiat happens. Full bankruptcy, everything gone, including the truck (company asset) and he goes to court to get his payments reduced because he's now making $12 an hour at a national company. His ex is screaming about how unfair it is that he wants the payments changed.

Long story short: The payments didn't change. They "imputed" his income to be $100k a year. He is in jail right now. This is a guy without a college education that built a small business up only to have it implode and take all of his net worth with it. On top of all that, he was found in contempt because he couldn't keep up with: child support, alimony, and two life insurance policies (one for the ex, one for the kids)

The real burner of the legal side? He had to pay for her lawye ...

shockingly enough, people have lied about the level of their income to avoid paying child support.  Anyway, child support is considered, in many states, a right of the child/children. Current income level of the supporting parent is often considered irrelevant to the level of support needed by the child.


The only job he could find (quickly) was a job for a national company. They weren't paying him under the table.

The ridiculous thing is that "right of the children" argument. Were they still married, and she's the one who filed before anyone asks, they'd be living on $12 an hour. Why? That's what he could find quickly. Maybe double that if SHE motivated herself to work. He didn't wait months to try and get a job.

That's the problem with the system. He didn't lose his business on purpose. He didn't walk out of bankruptcy court with nothing from it because he thought it would be fun. He was paying from his first paycheck on the new job. He's just not making as much as he used to make, and them's he breaks in life. For that, he deserves jail? Ridiculous.
2013-05-02 07:08:04 PM  
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Summercat: Does the person suing for child support actually have custody of the kid?

The article seems to indicate otherwise.


Well, the father's in federal custody right now, pending sentencing, because it's widely assumed that there's cash he can get his hands on to flee if released.  As the feds keep looking, they keep finding more cash: $400,000 just in the last couple of weeks.  Whenever they raided his haunts, they'd find huge amounts of cash.
2013-05-02 05:06:53 PM  
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jst3p: inglixthemad: Aquapope: Family Friend/Neighbor was taken to court by her ex-husband trying to reduce his child support payments (which he hadn't made in 2 years) because his new pregnant wife, new house and new car were costing him enough, he didn't feel he needed to support his first two sons as well.  She was terrified his non-paying ass was going to be let off the hook for the remaining 12 plus years of child support, which would probably mean getting a third job.  I saw her come home from the hearing, literally dancing in the driveway.  Judge said: "Not only will you write a check for 2 years of missed payments right this very minute, or go to jail, your monthly payment is now doubled and you must pay it through the state child services agency so we'll know when you 'forget' and make sure you remember..."

He was a monumental dick.  When my sister fell off her bike, he ran over from his front yard and declared that she hadn't broken any bones.  She hadn't, but he sent my parents a bill because he was a chiropractor and figured he was acting as a doctor so they should pay.  They ignored the bill and he never pursued it, but that's the kind of dick he was.

CSB

My friend had his business tank with the economy. Shiat happens. Full bankruptcy, everything gone, including the truck (company asset) and he goes to court to get his payments reduced because he's now making $12 an hour at a national company. His ex is screaming about how unfair it is that he wants the payments changed.

Long story short: The payments didn't change. They "imputed" his income to be $100k a year. He is in jail right now. This is a guy without a college education that built a small business up only to have it implode and take all of his net worth with it. On top of all that, he was found in contempt because he couldn't keep up with: child support, alimony, and two life insurance policies (one for the ex, one for the kids)

The real burner of the legal side? He had to pay for her lawyer too, lost his house ...

Marriage is a suckers bet, for men.


Family court is indentured servitude for men.
he would be better off getting his ass locked away in the long run.
2013-05-02 05:06:17 PM  
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Magnus: inglixthemad: Aquapope: Family Friend/Neighbor was taken to court by her ex-husband trying to reduce his child support payments (which he hadn't made in 2 years) because his new pregnant wife, new house and new car were costing him enough, he didn't feel he needed to support his first two sons as well.  She was terrified his non-paying ass was going to be let off the hook for the remaining 12 plus years of child support, which would probably mean getting a third job.  I saw her come home from the hearing, literally dancing in the driveway.  Judge said: "Not only will you write a check for 2 years of missed payments right this very minute, or go to jail, your monthly payment is now doubled and you must pay it through the state child services agency so we'll know when you 'forget' and make sure you remember..."

He was a monumental dick.  When my sister fell off her bike, he ran over from his front yard and declared that she hadn't broken any bones.  She hadn't, but he sent my parents a bill because he was a chiropractor and figured he was acting as a doctor so they should pay.  They ignored the bill and he never pursued it, but that's the kind of dick he was.

CSB

My friend had his business tank with the economy. Shiat happens. Full bankruptcy, everything gone, including the truck (company asset) and he goes to court to get his payments reduced because he's now making $12 an hour at a national company. His ex is screaming about how unfair it is that he wants the payments changed.

Long story short: The payments didn't change. They "imputed" his income to be $100k a year. He is in jail right now. This is a guy without a college education that built a small business up only to have it implode and take all of his net worth with it. On top of all that, he was found in contempt because he couldn't keep up with: child support, alimony, and two life insurance policies (one for the ex, one for the kids)

The real burner of the legal side? He had to pay for her lawyer too, l ...


Um...what if the guy had only ever made $12/hour?  Would he still be in trouble because he can't supply the child's "financial requirements to live"?  That seems like a really shiatty argument thought up by a lawyer.
2013-05-02 04:41:22 PM  
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inglixthemad: Aquapope: Family Friend/Neighbor was taken to court by her ex-husband trying to reduce his child support payments (which he hadn't made in 2 years) because his new pregnant wife, new house and new car were costing him enough, he didn't feel he needed to support his first two sons as well.  She was terrified his non-paying ass was going to be let off the hook for the remaining 12 plus years of child support, which would probably mean getting a third job.  I saw her come home from the hearing, literally dancing in the driveway.  Judge said: "Not only will you write a check for 2 years of missed payments right this very minute, or go to jail, your monthly payment is now doubled and you must pay it through the state child services agency so we'll know when you 'forget' and make sure you remember..."

He was a monumental dick.  When my sister fell off her bike, he ran over from his front yard and declared that she hadn't broken any bones.  She hadn't, but he sent my parents a bill because he was a chiropractor and figured he was acting as a doctor so they should pay.  They ignored the bill and he never pursued it, but that's the kind of dick he was.

CSB

My friend had his business tank with the economy. Shiat happens. Full bankruptcy, everything gone, including the truck (company asset) and he goes to court to get his payments reduced because he's now making $12 an hour at a national company. His ex is screaming about how unfair it is that he wants the payments changed.

Long story short: The payments didn't change. They "imputed" his income to be $100k a year. He is in jail right now. This is a guy without a college education that built a small business up only to have it implode and take all of his net worth with it. On top of all that, he was found in contempt because he couldn't keep up with: child support, alimony, and two life insurance policies (one for the ex, one for the kids)

The real burner of the legal side? He had to pay for her lawyer too, lost his house ...


Marriage is a suckers bet, for men.
2013-05-02 04:07:59 PM  
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Family Friend/Neighbor was taken to court by her ex-husband trying to reduce his child support payments (which he hadn't made in 2 years) because his new pregnant wife, new house and new car were costing him enough, he didn't feel he needed to support his first two sons as well.  She was terrified his non-paying ass was going to be let off the hook for the remaining 12 plus years of child support, which would probably mean getting a third job.  I saw her come home from the hearing, literally dancing in the driveway.  Judge said: "Not only will you write a check for 2 years of missed payments right this very minute, or go to jail, your monthly payment is now doubled and you must pay it through the state child services agency so we'll know when you 'forget' and make sure you remember..."

He was a monumental dick.  When my sister fell off her bike, he ran over from his front yard and declared that she hadn't broken any bones.  She hadn't, but he sent my parents a bill because he was a chiropractor and figured he was acting as a doctor so they should pay.  They ignored the bill and he never pursued it, but that's the kind of dick he was.
 
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