Child support issues


#1

He should immediately contact the DSS child support office and speak to them about this.


#2
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[i]Originally posted by crazyexinnc[/i] [br]the ex wife also claimes that she is a full time student and has no income but claims that she pays day care and medical insurance, my husband knows for a fact that the kids are on medicaid. should she be allowed to get credit for these items she she is not really paying them. if she is paying them then how is she paying them, where is the income coming from.shouldn't she be required to provide this information.

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#3

that’s the thing dss is involved in this case and are refusing to help my husband in any way. they were standing there when i caught her in 2 lies and nothing was said about it, they figured her income at 5.15 an hour, since my husband is representing himself he is given the right to see her check stub…“well that’s the thing they were taking her at her word”. that was the responce we got.
what do we do???

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#4

If the mother is on any form of state support, then the state will pursue child support from the father. At this time, a paternity test can be ordered to determine the parentage.

Lisa M. Angel
Board Certified Family Law Specialist
The Rosen Law Firm
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#5

the ex wife also claimes that she is a full time student and has no income but claims that she pays day care and medical insurance, my husband knows for a fact that the kids are on medicaid. should she be allowed to get credit for these items she she is not really paying them. if she is paying them then how is she paying them, where is the income coming from.shouldn’t she be required to provide this information.

helpinnc