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The Dr. Kim Show "Child Support Laws. Protect Your Rights in Court!" Many parents are unaware of the child support laws or their rights in family court. Many times I've heard the horror stories of parents trying to ensure their rights are heard in child support cases, but are often unsure about the steps to take to file in family court, be heard, and fairly judged. This show will touch on the need to ensure your rights are heard in court. Many parents miss out on valuable parenting time with their children because of abuses in the family court. Learn to navigate the family court system and your rights in child support/custody cases.
Let’s say that there is a mother who has a child by a man but they split. The woman has 1 more kid by another man and she splits with him as well. The first man pays his child support and more but the second man is a deadbeat. So the woman starts using the first father’s support check to cover her other child. So when the first father finds out that his child support is not all going to his child; would he be wrong to confront the mother and would the mother be wrong to defend her actions.
Child support orders and the talk of it causes an argument between men and women who don't even have children with each other, find themselves arguing.
Men think that child support shouldn't go toward rent and utilities. It should only go for what a child needs. What does a child need?
Questions for the women? Why did you go get child support on that man if he was taking care of his child? Fellas, why didn't you set up an arrangement to avoid the derangement?
What is child support, REALLY for? Is it just for, clothes, shoes and toys? Should women be required to show in detail what they do with the money?
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Tonight we'll be discussing Child Support and the laws that surround it. The question we're asking is do you agree with parents being forced to pay child support against their will? Some may argue "Well he or she is the parent so why shouldn't they have to pay?" Well what about the parents who have joined custody and split time down the middle? What about the parents who split custody weekly meaning one gets the child 7 days and the other parent gets the child for the other 7 days but the child has one primary address which would likely be the custodial parent's address? So because that parent is deemed the custodial parent (even though the time is split 14 days a piece in a 28 day span), you think that parent should be awarded Child Support?
Child Support impacts millions of lives in America alone and it's a sensitive topic to some but it has to get addressed here on "It's Real Talk Radio" because there's a lot to be said and since real is what we thrive on, there's no better platform to have this discussion. Callers are welcome for this topic, so don't miss out because we're not holding back any punches!
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Child support was created as a means for the care and support of children single parents. Many parents have issues with the system, with the absent parent, and even the way society views this plaguing issue. Many may struggle with either paying child support or acting indifferently because they consider it unjustified.
To make matter worst, Section 228 of Title 18, United States Code, makes it illegal for an individual to willfully fail to pay child support in certain circumstances. Accordingly, an individual is subject to federal prosecution if he or she willfully fails to pay child support that has been ordered by a court for a child who lives in another state, or if the payment is past due for longer than 1 year or exceeds the amount of $5,000. A violation of this law is a criminal misdemeanor, and convicted offender face fines and up to 6 months in prison (See 18 U.S.C. § 228 (a) (1)).
If, under the same circumstances, the child support payment is overdue for longer than 2 years, or the amount exceeds $10,000, the violation is a criminal felony, and convicted offenders face fines and up to 2 years in prison (See 18 U.S.C.§ 228(a)(3)).
Lastly, this statute prohibits individuals obligated to pay child support from crossing state lines or fleeing the country with the intent to avoid paying child support that has either been past due for more than 1 year or exceeds $5,000. (See 18 U.S.C. § 228(a)(2)). Any individual convicted of this crime may face up to 2 years in prison.
Notably, other than in the specific circumstances aforementioned, child support enforcement issues are handled by state and local authorities, and not by the federal government. Furthermore, all child support enforcement matters must be addressed at the local or state level before concerns can be raised at the federal level.
President and founder of The League of DADs and host of The League of DADs Talk Radio Christopher Smith talk about the side effects of being a child support payee. In this episode Christopher Smith will tell dads don't finance the pain of a payee make your family feel it!
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