What would you like to do?
You owe whatever the court orders.
Well typically the minimum is $156 in the state of Washington. Then you owe back support from the date the baby was born. Then if you have problems paying it they can make sur…e you don't get a drivers license. They can (and definitely will) Take your tax return. All of it. Then they will find out where you work and garnish your wages. Then if you owe so much even after the child becomes an adult you will still be paying. The more you make the more they take as well.
If a person owes more that $2,500 in child support a United States passport cannot be issued. If arrangements are made to the pay the arrears, a passport may be issued.
Possibly, but as a common sense issue, you would get the arrears paid up before marrying again and keep them that way. If not, your new wife would have to cope with this issue… as part of your marriage, not a good way to start.
You might be able to get a drivers license, but if so you will soon get a notice suspending that license. I suggest you contact the child support agency in SC about working o…ut a payment plan.
A lien can be placed on an inheritance for child support arrears. If the custodial parent knows of your pending inheritance a claim can be filed in the estate and the executor… must pay it out of your inheritance.
Motion the court for it see links below
you can start by calling your local child support agency in your state and they can tell you if you do or dont You can check by reviewing your file at the court that i…ssued the child support order.
You need to show the DMV proof from the court that you are current on all your payments in order to renew. If this is not the case, they will not renew it.
Many States require that support be current before issuing a fishing license.
No Because the President have to go to the bathroom.
Yes you can still get fishing license but you should do a modification if you cant afford to make your high payments.
yes go to your local child support office
Pay your back child support, you lowlife scum. Why would you want to go fishing if you can't take care of your kids?
Not if there are arrears of more than $2500. If there is a legitimate reason, such as unemployment, the obligor can still file for a reduction in them. Most Child Support obl…igors do not know there is free help from the state, by federal law, to obtain a modification. At the minimum, a motion should be filed to have any interest penalties set aside, which can double or triple the amount owed. Of the total media "reported" amount of child support owed, 83% if interest penalties and not unpaid child support.
In Texas Law
A child support statement is included on the Texas marriage license application and states, "I AM NOT PRESENTLY DELINQUENT IN THE PAYMENT OF COURT-ORDERED CHILD SUPPORT. TRUE …FALSE." This has been the law in Texas since September 1995. HOWEVER, it also makes sense that you should not remarry until you have your financial house in order. Marriages based on sound financial principles last longer. Also, you will be charged 6% interest on late payments.
You should be able to, unless your state has a specific ordinance.