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I receive $800. prmonth, child support is garnishing $500. pr. Month How do I reduce the garnishments
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Because they sent me a letter and said so
until the child is 18
Can I receive back pay child support from my exhusband if I am collecting social security disability. Will my income be taken away from me?
Your Social Security eligibility is not affected by your receipt of child support. One is for you; the other is for your child.
What do you do if you get your license taken Away for back child support but you have recently been paying your current payment then you lose your job because you cannot drive?
If you were paying, plus 50% toward arrears, you should have motioned the court for a limited use license. If you have been making a monthly payment of at least 150% of the a…mount, contact child support enforcement about the license issue. Now, why were you in arrears? see links
Can social security back pay be garnished for child support arrears if so what Percentage can be taken?
Yes, and because this is back pay and not the current benefit, I believe it's possible that the State could take it all. If this involves SSD, than no as there's also an SSD… retroactive child benefit check.
The answer to this depends on what state is involved, why there has to be any "pay back" (i.e., misrepresentation or ?) in the first place, etc. And as to the taxes not taken …out, whether there is a tax liability depends on other tax issues such as deductions, dependents, etc. Check with a tax preparer for clarification.
In theory, you can ask for support retroactive to the child's birth. The courts will look at several factors, including when the father became aware of the child, what agreeme…nt(s) existed between you and what support he has already given, in deciding the amount of retroactive support.
You make arrangements with child support enforcement and request that interest penalties be set aside. While making payments, twice a year request a printout to make sure they… are being properly recorded. See links below
Quite simply, yes. The IRS can take nearly any income or assets from you when you owe money. A tax attorney can sometimes get limits placed on them.
To my knowledge, there is no prohibition on collection of child support by more than one State as long as the total amount collected doesn't exceed the amount due (including a…rrearages, penalties and interest). Each State must have an appeals process for resolving disputes about the amount collected; however, the time to file such appeal is usually fairly short.
Can you be taking off child support then put back on and required to pay back from when you were taken off?
I believe it would be very unusual if not contrary to law for a court to retroactively impose a child support obligation in this manner.
Meaning of "back pay" is unclear; however, children may receive RSDI benefits based on the obligor's SSA account. Such a benefit is considered child support. If that benefit e…xceeds the amount ordered for child support, the obligor does not owe any additional payment.
If you filed jointly and your tax refund was intercepted, you will have to file an injured spouse claim to recover your share of the refund.
Such a matter would be determined by the laws of the state in which the minor child resided at the time the latest support order was granted.
Can the custodial parent choose to let the non custodial pay back child support monthly rather than have it taken out of his tax refund?
That issue should be discussed at the hearing so the judge can review and decide before entering any order.