** child support **
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Since: Apr 13

United States

#1 Apr 7, 2013
Did you know that in 2005 min. child support was 17.5% of absent parents GROSS Income.( before taxes)
Does anyone know the percentage for now 2013?
Why aren't these parents working and paying for these precious children?
nice

Zanesville, OH

#2 Apr 7, 2013
Scioto co won't do crap for the custodial parent! Then they give the one owing the support food stamps, medical card, and a monthly check! Yeh now the mom will get the cs for her kid!
hahaha

Marion, OH

#3 Apr 7, 2013
min is 50 bucks a month

Since: Apr 13

United States

#4 Apr 8, 2013
50 bucks is not support. that's school lunch money. and 18 yrs ago they only made people on SSI pay 50. a month.
It need to be 20% of gross now. Plus they need to stop getting 3 meals and a cot. They should be made to do hard work. Bring back the old chain gang. Then they'd want to work a real job.
maybe

AOL

#5 Apr 8, 2013
you should stop having kids to draw support, and get one of those jobs yourself.
nice

Zanesville, OH

#6 Apr 8, 2013
Ten a month so the other parent can stay out of jail. Should be getting $127. As long as something is pd monthly they won't touch him.
Name

Zanesville, OH

#7 Apr 8, 2013
Vagina=entitlement

Get your ankles from around your ears and get a job. A consistent job. Not a job where you are there long enough to hookup with a coworker to "earn" you another support check.

After two support checks and a year on the welfare system sterilization should be mandatory. For either gender.
nice

United States

#8 Apr 8, 2013
Name wrote:
Vagina=entitlement

Get your ankles from around your ears and get a job. A consistent job. Not a job where you are there long enough to hookup with a coworker to "earn" you another support check.

After two support checks and a year on the welfare system sterilization should be mandatory. For either gender.
FYI dumbass I have a JOB BEEN HERE FOR 10 years!

Since: Apr 13

United States

#9 Apr 8, 2013
This was serious. I know a lot of people who work and are struggling to raise their children with no support. We are not talking about the welfare. For one if you are on welfare or food stamps, they take your child support. This is about the precious little children that are made out of love then forgotten by the other parent.
Gramzie

Zanesville, OH

#10 Apr 8, 2013
Miss Trixie wrote:
This was serious. I know a lot of people who work and are struggling to raise their children with no support. We are not talking about the welfare. For one if you are on welfare or food stamps, they take your child support. This is about the precious little children that are made out of love then forgotten by the other parent.
Ok here's my two cents worth. If you bring a child into this world it is your responsibility to support that child. I hear guys b#t#hing about paying child support and she don't use it for the kids. Do your kids live in a house? Do they use electric and water, etc? Do they wear clothes? Do they eat? Do they go to school? Do they get medical care? All you divorced or whatever parents need to shut up and accept your responsibility. What makes you different than the married parents who works , comes home pays the bills , buys the groceries, puts clothes on their kids backs, sends them to school and is there to help with illnesses or whatever. I say that man or woman is paying child support as well and doing a hell of a good job! So stop the whining!
Katie

Marion, OH

#12 Apr 8, 2013
I'm divorced & single parent raising my 10 yr old son. My ex-husband moved to Florida and took on jobs where he gets paid under the table. I've not received any child support for the past 3 years and its very hard to provide for my son. The child support agency suspended his drivers license for not paying, but they can't really do much more because he lives out of state. If be grateful for any money at all, even if it were $50 a month.
right!

United States

#14 Apr 8, 2013
Name wrote:
Vagina=entitlement

Get your ankles from around your ears and get a job. A consistent job. Not a job where you are there long enough to hookup with a coworker to "earn" you another support check.

After two support checks and a year on the welfare system sterilization should be mandatory. For either gender.
Lmao!
Katie

United States

#15 Apr 8, 2013
man-up wrote:
Well something is wrong Katie. Call back and demand they help you. My cousins ex lived in Fla and was related to half the law there. She took his hiney to court the 2nd time and they locked him up, he's kept asking for a cigarettes. Sheriff told him, if we ave to come after you again one more time for non payment. your gonna needs a couple cartons of cigs. I hope yu and your son gets help.
Thank you for the info...I'm going to call & make an appointment with CSEA as soon as possible to see what can be done. Thanks again for the advice :)
MOM

Nicholasville, KY

#16 Apr 9, 2013
I'm tired of seeing women who think they can just pop out kids like a pez dispenser and have somebody else pay them to take care of them. It's called raising your child - do it. If your dumba**es had been on birth control, this wouldn't have happened. If you decided to have a kid, then take care of them. Moms can work too. I've done it for years. Get off your lazy a** and get to work.
Gramzie

Zanesville, OH

#17 Apr 9, 2013
MOM wrote:
I'm tired of seeing women who think they can just pop out kids like a pez dispenser and have somebody else pay them to take care of them. It's called raising your child - do it. If your dumba**es had been on birth control, this wouldn't have happened. If you decided to have a kid, then take care of them. Moms can work too. I've done it for years. Get off your lazy a** and get to work.
I agree with you. My daughters husband left her when she was pregnant after 5 years of marriage the only work she missed was during the time the baby was born. She supported the child by herself ( no public assistance). Yes she had some bad days but she wasn't about to sit around and wait on that loser to cough up a dime. The child is 15 now never heard or seen from him or Had as much as a birthday card from the pos. He lives 20 miles away. So hats off to you ladies of action and thank God for all those fathers who don't desert their children. Just cause the adults can't get along the children shouldn't have to do without.
maybe

AOL

#18 Apr 9, 2013
these dead beat dads are just running from an impossable situation. alot of times support that the judge hands down is more than reasonable.it is easier to feed and clothe your childen than it is to hand over money you dont, or never will have.
Gramzie

Zanesville, OH

#19 Apr 9, 2013
maybe wrote:
these dead beat dads are just running from an impossable situation. alot of times support that the judge hands down is more than reasonable.it is easier to feed and clothe your childen than it is to hand over money you dont, or never will have.
Hey not picking on Dads I can tell you some dead beat Moms too. Yes, unreasonable judgements are wrong. Also fathers get a raw deal a lot of times about visitations. Don't agree at all on that subject with the courts. I think child support should be based on. 50/50 split but unfortunately most of the time it's not.
Katie

United States

#20 Apr 9, 2013
Gramzie wrote:
<quoted text>Hey not picking on Dads I can tell you some dead beat Moms too. Yes, unreasonable judgements are wrong. Also fathers get a raw deal a lot of times about visitations. Don't agree at all on that subject with the courts. I think child support should be based on. 50/50 split but unfortunately most of the time it's not.
I agree about the 50/50 split..I think that's fair since it takes two to have a child
Mother

Wilmington, OH

#21 Apr 9, 2013
First off not all mothers are too lazy to work. When I got pregnant I took it as a miracle considering that I was not even suppose to be able to get pregnant die to a medical condition. But when my daughter was born she was born 7 weeks early spent the first two months of her life in the NICU. Her father told me he wanted me to have an abortion instead of having the baby. He was ordered to pay 200 a month in support. Which didn't help with anything. My daughter has been in and out of the hospital her whole short 2 and a half years of her life. Weekly trips to Cincinnati children's. multiple surgeries and testing. We never saw a dime from him. He filed for ssi and got approved so now he doesn't have to pay anything for his daughter. My daughter is disabled taking care of her is a full time job. I would give anything to be able to go to a job for just a couple hrs a day just to get a break. But the good lord has blessed me with a beautiful daughter!
Name

Zanesville, OH

#22 Apr 10, 2013
I call BS.

If a child support order is in place you can request to receive SSA benefits for the child from the fathers filing in leu of child support.

And since the child is disabled you could be applicable for a "job" as a non-medical attendant.

But since your story sounds overly simple and lopsided, I'm sure there's a lot more to it.

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