It is possible that it could happen, and is likely if the credit bureau has not noted that it is paid. You should get a receipt from the recepient of the money. The returned cheque may not be enough because it could be considered that it is for something else. If the cheque has the information on it it could work. Photocopy proof of payment and send it to the credit reporting agency. Remember that there are two or maybe even more depending whether you live in US or Canada. (Equifax, and another one, I can't remember find out which one the government uses.) Never send them the originals. If necessary, go to a lawyer or Justice of the Peace and get a "certified true copy" and send that. However, mostly they should accept faxed information. Be sure to Photocopy cheque both sides and fax that. You may in some instances need a letter from the recepient stating that the debt has been paid. I can't promise anything, but usually with all this proof the credit reporting agency will put a note on the file that it has been paid and youshould be safe, but hey, we are talking about the tax department! The entry will remain on the credit report for the required amount of time, but it should be marked paid or settled. In the US, credit bureaus will only accept a 100 word or less letter of dispute, they will not accept copies of cancelled checks, statements from involved parties, etc. The credit report is not valid proof of support arrearages having been paid. If the child support payments were being made through the court via the child support enforcement division, and the obligated parent has not received confirmation of arrearages having been brought current, his tax refund could be seized. Support issues should have been addressed and resolved when the custody of the minor children was transferred. If custody was not amended through the prescribed court procedure, the parent(s) should obtain legal advice and/or representation as soon as possible.
He does not pay who, since his wages are garnished? see link
The new husband is not responsible for the NCP's unpaid child support.
Wages cannot simply be garnished by an individual, they can only be garnished with the approval of a judge by court order.
If the debt is on a shared account, then yes, the wife's pay can be garnished even if the husband was the one who ran the debt up.
The state of New Jersey will not garnished a wife's wages if her husband owes child support. They can however take from any joint accounts and tax refunds.
Yes, that has no bearing. They just want the money.
Yes - my husband had a past debt to Ford Motor Credit for over mileage on a leased vehicle and they garnished our State Return.
You are not responsible for your husband's children.SEE LINKS BELOW
More than likely, yes.
No, not unless she herself is a named party to the suit.
If hating him helps you get over the marriage then it's a good way to go at it, but if your husband is the non-custodial parent it is only good if your hate does not affect what your kids are thinking about their father.
In that case, any child you have will have either O-negative or A-negative blood.
VDRL 1:2 normal??? It is possible wife VDRL positive and husband negative?? How VDRL can be transmitted???
A husband can test HIV negative even if his wife tests positive, because he may not have contracted the disease. Another possibility is that the disease has not surfaced in the husband.
If the husband was not liable for the debt, then his wages cannot be garnished to collect on the judgment. The judgment is against the person who incurred the debt.
He can be arrested for not paying and his pay check garnished. Inform the court of his nonpayment .
If there is a judgment and a garnishment allowed by the court this could happen. However, this barely ever is approved for unsecured debt. Most people would file bankruptcy before they allowed their wages to be garnished.
Not under normal circumstances. The custodial parent does not have to claim child support as taxable income and generally the custodial parent is the one who can claim the child as a dependent deduction.
You only get HIV from people who have HIV. If the husband suddenly tests positive while the wife remains negative, then clearly, the husband received the virus from somebody else.
I suppose the CP could appoint her friend as the children's guardian in the event of her death, but the ex-husband could contest the will.
In California, Child Support Services can only garnish the wages from the parent. If you are the step-parent, your wages cannot be garnished. If you are the parent, wages can be garnished within 30 days of legal separation, as ordered by the courts.
because positive positive equals negative. negative negative equals positive.
Yes. I am O positive and my husband is A positive and our son is O negative. This is because my husband and I are heterozygous for rH factor, and we each passed the recessive allele to our child.
It is the duty of a good wife, to give her husband the positive energy. It is very important to have a graceful communication and understanding between husband and wife.