It's up to the custodial parent to keep their info current with CSED so payments can be credited when they are made and keep in touch with them to make sure they haven't forgotten your case. Having been through this with my ex son-in-law they seem to favor the payer when hard ship is claimed. I had to call a couple of times a year to see what was happening with my case and when I found out he moved out of state I moved my case to that state. I may be dead before my grand daughter and daughter get what they are owed but I will never let him forget that he owes.
deadbeat is the right word...there is NO excuse for not taking responsibility and care of your children or for our "justice" departments to let you off the hook!!!!!!!!!!!!
*Very* well said, Dan Brooks.
I think you hit on the real problem here: "Child support payments are pegged to income."
Montana has the 38th lowest personal income rate in the nation. We need to figure out how people can make more money here, and I'm not talking about adding a second or third part-time job.
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