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Q) Son has been living with me since December of 2016 an is currently living with me I am paying child support an it’s going to his grand mother I am sick of paying while I take care of him she is getting money while he lives with me this is fraud immediate action needs to happen I go to jail for not paying I want her locked up now or all child support an arrears canceled enough is enough

A) It best that you immediately seek and acquire legal assistance to fix this problem. According to Attorney Roy L. Reeves – “File a Motion to Modify ASAP. There is an order right now that says you pay child support. Technically, even if the child comes live with you, that Order is still in full force and effect. Many people swap custody and just deal with it themselves with no problems but when this happens and it blows up (and it does) I assure you, the cost of fixing this is very high. DO NOT SIMPLY IGNORE THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM THINKING A JUDGE WILL FIX IT LATER!” http://www.lawqa.com/qa/how-do-i-stop-paying-child-support-if-my-son-now-lives-with-me

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Q) Hi, I just went to court and was awarded Child Support but the judge didn’t say how they would be paid. In Orange County, NY if the respondent doesn’t show for the court dates and a decision is made without them, will the support be docked automatically from the respondents paycheck? I know the respondent in my case won’t pay otherwise.

A) After a child support order is in place, the support amount will be deducted from the Non Custodial Parent’s paycheck. State law requires immediate income withholding in most cases. This is an easy way for the Non Custodial Parent to make child support payments. It also provides the NCP with a record of payments made. If support payments are not deducted from the NCP’s paycheck, they should be paid as directed in the court order. It is very important to keep records of the payments that are made.
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Q) No one knows anythig in carrolton. I have been paying my arrears and they say i haven’t. I have receipts where i did. They threaten to kill my license for being back three months. I wish to have a court appearance to prove i have. Can you help me please. C*********@gmail.com
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A) It is best that you seek legal advise and representation as soon as possible.

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Q) i have been paying support for 3 weeks now and the mother of my child still has not received it yet and it is taken right out of my check every week so what should i do about that

A) For most child support services – payments are processed and disbursed within two business days of receipt. The custodial parent will receive his/her payment within three business days from the date Child Support Enforcement disburses the payment.

If the mother of your child has not received a check within 10 business days of the date the payment was disbursed, call your local child support office. The payment will be researched and if the check has not been returned or cashed, a stop payment is placed on the original check and a new check is reissued. If the check has been cashed, further research must be done. It could take 2 to 3 weeks to determine the status of the original check before a new check can be reissued.
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Q) I am being wrongfully charged. I was getting ssi and my sons received a check also, but my exwife lied and she’s getting more of my income than I am. I can’t afford my own houseing. I have to live with relatives! Please help me!

A) If you feel your ex-wife has lied about her income in order to get more child support income you should look at filing for a modification of your child support order. It’s best to seek legal representation in this situation. You need to prove that she lied about her income. If you have copies of her pay stubs that will make a great case for you. An attorney can argue your case before a judge. The judge needs to see the documentation you have to prove your case. If you try and file through CSE your information can get lost and tons will slip through the craps. Try hiring an attorney to assist you.
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Q) hello,child support of Florida says i owe over 6,000 in child support but that’s incorrect i have my paystubs to prove that but they want to suspend my license,i cant get in touch with anyone from child support to have them correct this mistake which happens every year around tax time like someone isnt doing there job.It’s a shame you have to suffer when your paying the child support because someone on that end is not getting the right information please anyone from child support please help.

A) If you disagree with the amount of child support payments you owe, you should ask for a hearing. Bring all pay-stub, receipt and information with you to prove child support payments you have made and how much you should owe.
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Q) My name Gregory A***y A***** me and wife were separate but been back together for a long time but u guy did not listen to the call I made to local office to close the case we file out income tax mind u this after we went court and told the judge and ur attorney we were back together u held my income I have call went fill out the paper to have my money released to they would a week it been over two week I want to know were my money is that u had no right taking to start with we did what we were asked to do to close back July not our fault the money get paid to me any way so the hold needs to be remove and my money need to be sent out it has. Been long enough for u to see we are tpghyer she has been on my food stamps long enough it is time for me to recertify please get this fix now with no more hold. My phone number is 3********8 ss# 5********* I need to know immediately

A) According to Patricia Christine Van Haren – Family Law Attorney, you would need to file a Request for Dismissal of the child support action. Both parties would sign that the child support matter is to be dismissed. If the case is being handled through Child Support Services, they would need to be served with the Request for Dismissal as well. https://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/if-father-and-mother-get-back-together—how-do-we-475724.html
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Q) I have paid $31200 in back child support through the state of Texas and the state of New Mexico has been the collection agency. Now New Mexico has my license suspended for non payment of child support. What do I need to do to get new mexico to reinstate my license?

A) According to New Mexico MDV – Individuals, whose driver license and/or vehicle operating privileges have been revoked, suspended, denied, canceled or disqualified may apply for reinstatement as specified by law.
Requirements for reinstatement vary. In addition, it is possible for a driver to have more than one adverse action on record, which will require compliance with the reinstatement requirements for each separate adverse action.

Please Note: Section 66-5-33.1 NMSA 1978 mandates payment of a reinstatement fee by any individual whose driver’s license or vehicle operating privileges have been suspended or revoked. When multiple adverse actions appear on a driver’s record, only one reinstatement fee transaction will be posted and collected.

Every first-time applicant for a New Mexico driver’s license who is 25 years of age or over and who has been convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, shall submit evidence with his application that he has successfully completed a bureau-approved DWI Prevention and Education Program. The “None for the Road” program offered by UNM can be taken to satisfy this requirement.

If the applicant’s license has been suspended for points, he or she must take the Traffic Safety Bureau (TSB) approved 8 hour Driving Safety course. A list of participating schools can be found here.

If a violation requiring the imposition of a revocation or suspension occurred in a commercial motor vehicle, there may be a CDL disqualification imposed in addition to the revocation or suspension. The term of the disqualification may be different from the term of the revocation or suspension. You must check both the disqualification and the revocation/suspension prior to reinstating a driver who has a conviction for a violation, which occurred in a commercial motor vehicle, and reinstate only the class of license for which the applicant is currently eligible.

The applicant must be told that reinstatement is based upon information and eligibility on the date of the inquiry only. Any pending action will not be reflected in the driver’s current record.

Reinstatement of driving privileges after a 5-year or 10-year revocationrequires an “Order of Restoration” signed by a District Judge. The Court Order must be a certified copy. The applicant must pay a reinstatement fee. http://www.mvd.newmexico.gov/reinstate-a-suspended-license.aspx
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Q) How long should it be before I receive by child support payment from back child support that was recently taken and it was processed on 03/08/2016 I need to know really bad been waiting a very long time and was told it processed just waiting on the IRS or whoever but our family and life depends on this money uta driving me crazy and stressing me out??????

A) The Child Support Enforcement Act of 1984 grants districts attorneys and state attorneys generals the authority to collect back child support on behalf of custodial parents. This and other federal child support initiatives are managed by the Office of Child Support Enforcement within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). Usually you can allow four to six weeks for DCSS to post payments received from the noncustodial parent’s place of employment.
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I am trying to get ahold of my case worker but I am never able to be put through to her.Edit Entry
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Q) Hi, I am trying to get ahold of my case worker but I am never able to be put through to her. I am a parent willing to pay child support but unable and need to talk to her about that. I sent in a paper stating my income along with a written letter and a few other documents. I sent these things to four other places as I was unsure of who to send them to. Thank you very much!

A) Generally for most child support offices, you should receive a return call within a few business days from your child support case worker. Keep in mind that a case worker usually has a lot of cases he/she is working on. If your child support case worker does not return your call within two business days you should contact his or her supervisor. If that doesn’t resolve the problem, you should call the local child support office and request to speak with the next immediate supervisor. You can find the phone number for your local child support office on our website.
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