Child support


#1

Dear jumponhangon:

Greetings. What an interesting and odd name by the way. They will either use zero or impute her with income if she can work. If she can work, then they will use her last income or minimum wage on a 40 hour week and impute child care costs, etc. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#2

i have a friend that is married. he sleeped with another girl and she had a child. he also has two children at home. she doesnt work and hasnt in the past 5 years. she lives at home with her disabled mother. she is on medicare and so is the baby. she is also on wic… the county has contacted him for child support. he has no prolem paying what he needs but wants to know how they will determine child support if she has no income. she does not work by her own choice. also will he be required to pay back the county for any thing they have paid for the child…

Connie Hall