Late Child Support


#1

You could use the child support enforcement agency in your county to attempt to set up a wage withholding, but it is difficult to do for a self employed obligor. Contact your child support agency.

Lisa M. Angel
Board Certified Family Law Specialist
The Rosen Law Firm
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#2

My ex has to pay the 1st & 15th of every month. He is nearly ALWAYS 5 days, sometimes more, late. I am an Administrative Assistant and don’t make that much. My budget depends on that money to pay for daycare, food, etc. I know there are lots of Dads who don’t pay at all, and I am lucky in that respect, but this is annoying. He is self-employed, or rather owns an incorporated business of which he is the sole employee. I don’t know what to do about it. Should I have my attorney contact his? Could we get a garnish under these circumstances? Or what about a bank draft/transfer set up for those two days every month? What do you think my options are, if any?