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Child Support and Dead-Beats

Parents ordered by a court to pay child support who avoid their support obligations are often called dead-beats; either dead-beat parents or dead-beat dads.  Recently sources estimate that over 50% of child support cases are in various states of arrears.

Parents behind in child support payment often cite payments that are too high for them to make, that they are excessive, that they have no control over how their payments are spent, that they are not given visitation rights, that they are not the true parent or that they no longer want their children or responsibility for them.

Some states have enacted laws allow courts to suspend the driver's license, business license or other state licenses of dead-beat parents who are significantly behind in child support payments.  Also, wages, tax refunds, lottery winnings and other funds they may receive from from state and federal sources may be garnished or confiscated by child support enforcement agencies.  In certain cases of severely delinquent dead-beat parents, federal law allows for the imposition of fines and up to two years in prison for the parent.

 

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Colorado Emerges As National Model By Helping Rather Than Pursuing Parents Wh...
The Denver Post Colorado emerges as national model by helping rather than pursuing parents who miss child care payments The Denver Post Colorado is pulling off a culture shift in child support collection, a new era far from the 1990s39 call to track down deadbeat parents, freeze their accounts and suspend their driver39s licenses. The state has renamed its Division of Child Support and more raquo

Deputies Sweep DeKalb County For Aposdeadbeat Parentsapos FOX 5 Atlanta
FOX 5 Atlanta Deputies sweep DeKalb County for 39deadbeat parents39 FOX 5 Atlanta DECATUR, Ga. DeKalb County Sheriff officials have a message for parents behind in their child support: pay up or risk going to jail. Deputies are sweeping the county looking for mothers and fathers who have failed to live up to their parental

Exclusive: Deadbeat Dads Will Not Be Chased For 3 Billion As The Sunday Post
The Sunday Post Exclusive: Deadbeat dads will not be chased for 3 billion as The Sunday Post DEADBEAT dads will have more than 3 billion worth of child maintenance written off under ministers39 plans, we can reveal. The Government wants to write off the cash owed to nearly one million families across the UK because they fear there is no chance and more raquo

The Champion: Local News Coverage For DeKalb County, GA Champion
Champion The Champion: Local News Coverage for DeKalb County, GA Champion While some parents are getting ready for the holidays, others who are behind on their child support and are served with a warrant, will spend time in jail thanks to a DeKalb County Sheriff39s Office program. The DeKalb County Sheriff39s Office attempted and more raquo

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