Mike

Lexington, NC

#41 Oct 18, 2012
It's all a shame.

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#42 Dec 10, 2012
In Missouri it is 20% of their pay check.
well

United States

#43 Dec 10, 2012
Money is the root of all evil.Just step up and pay your child support-man or woman-if the other parent is not spending the money on the child(ren),their day WILL COME!!! I promise you that because I have seen it happen SO many times and you are no different.Karma is real and so is Jesus Christ.Have a Merry Christmas and pay your child support.
FACT

Carlisle, PA

#44 Feb 8, 2013
Women you'd have to be practically stupid to have a baby with a man in these day and times. It is best to get an anonymous sperm donor baby. Men whine and bitch like little girls. It's time for us ladies to put our big girl pants on---men are only good for one thing and half the time they don't even do that. Men, stfu and grow a pair, ladies just live your lives like a man.
When you have your children do it alone, so you'll never have to hear "It ain't mine" or "I can't pay child support" ect blah blah blah
Vivian

Carlisle, PA

#45 Feb 8, 2013
Mike wrote:
It's all a shame.
It's a shame yeah that men want to complain about paying support for a child they don't want to be responsible for. The american bar association published a study on the aggressive custody battle by men. Majority of men who whine about support, and instigate custody battles threatening to take a child from their mother at younge ages are those father's with control/anger or substance abuse issues. Typical "normal" fathers are happy to see their children on a biweekly basis when they are small because they know they are well taken care of. My kids have lessons, cute clothes and I never ask father for a dime--beyond what the court ordered. His idea of support was "well let me know how much diapers are and your nursing so you don't need milk" um yeah, so I did take him to court to make him put his big boy pants on. That, and because he didn't think that he should have to be accountable. Now, it's constant court battles to reduce his support.

I will laugh when one day the tables turn and he's custodial dad, because with my meager earnings from raising a child with a disability and going to school working on my degree---I'm sorry I can't earn as much as him. I will pay whatever the court orders and not bitch like a little girl, it's whatever.

Some men really need to learn what being a man and a parent is all about. MY childrens dad wants the "time" but not the "work" involved in being a parent. So to me that is a bigger scum bag than any mother who puts food on the table with support, clothes and lessons and maybe on rare occassions takes the kids to eat out some where.
need help

United States

#46 Mar 19, 2013
How much child. Support can i get if my daughters father makes 15 an hour but doesnt see the baby at all.??
How about

Brewerton, NY

#47 Mar 19, 2013
How about you don't hook up with a loser in the first place, or maybe use just one of the available methods of birth control. If you can't afford children, do not have them. Just a thought.........
need help wrote:
How much child. Support can i get if my daughters father makes 15 an hour but doesnt see the baby at all.??
Woman centered world

Kingsport, TN

#48 Mar 19, 2013
Men get the short end of the stick when it comes to child support & custody. Certainly, they should be financially responsible and involved in caring for and raising their child regardless of the status of their relationship with the mother. However, mothers should not expect fathers to provide for EVERY financial need of the child! It's time for mothers and fathers to be responsible for their children.
Bad Owl

Williamsport, PA

#49 Mar 27, 2013
debby wrote:
most don't know who the daddy is and some lie about who it is. lack of morals and you idiots want respect??????
If you're not going to answer the question or provide anything constructive to the conversation, why don’t you keep your baseless, judgmental opinions to yourself? You have no idea who these people are or what their situation is. Your comment says a lot more about you than it does about anyone else on here.
Calculator

Kingsport, TN

#50 Mar 27, 2013
need help wrote:
How much child. Support can i get if my daughters father makes 15 an hour but doesnt see the baby at all.??
http://www.tn.gov/humanserv/is/isdownloads.ht...
The above link might help you. It isn't as simple as it used to be to calculate child support. The days of percentages of income are gone. Many variables are considered. If you haven't contacted the child support enforcement agency, I would suggest doing that first.
Gino

Placerville, CA

#51 Jun 23, 2013
Twizted Thinker wrote:
I for one,as a Dad, never could undertand child support. I pay 600 every month for two kids. When my kids need anything i still buy it above and beyond child support.. No matter how much it takes, children need to eat, and have needs at all costs. So whatever it takes to provide for my kids, they deserve it. They are my everything. How can a parent say no. Just my useless opinion. Thank you
you just change my prospective! You're right!
dontmatter

Charlotte, NC

#52 Jun 24, 2013
i kno of a girl that pays 400 a month cs n also carries insurance thru her employer but yet the grandparent (has temp custody)will not let the mother visit with her children and is pretty much just using the kids for the money and the kids have tenn care n dont use the mother's insurance....i do not agree with them havin tenn care n usin that instead of her employer's insurance...wat does she gotta do for visitation...shes a great mom!!
ahole

Indian Trail, NC

#53 Jun 24, 2013
Twizted Thinker wrote:
I for one,as a Dad, never could undertand child support. I pay 600 every month for two kids. When my kids need anything i still buy it above and beyond child support.. No matter how much it takes, children need to eat, and have needs at all costs. So whatever it takes to provide for my kids, they deserve it. They are my everything. How can a parent say no. Just my useless opinion. Thank you
just think of all the money that the ex is using on herself and other guys! If it goes to the kids fine but 99% of the time it don't!
Prime Time

Morristown, TN

#54 Jun 25, 2013
Food for thought

In the US, The Association of American Blood Banks reports that for 310,490 DNA tests made for paternity in 2001,“of the cases reported 90,227 were reported as exclusions or a rate of 29.06% exclusions [i.e.: paternity was proven to be falsely alleged].”(Source: Annual Report Summary for Testing in 2001, prepared by the Parentage Testing Program Unit, October 2002, Association of American Blood Banks, footnote to Table 2 — PDF file, 129kB)

Most single moms out there screaming child support are using their kids as barging chips for their own personnel financial gain. What it is basically saying is if you were to randomly pick 100 women with children, married or not; 29 of them would be falsely accusing there husband, boyfriend, or there one night stand of being the father of their child. I would dare to say those numbers are greater in the Rogersville area.
Bells mommy

Rock Hill, SC

#55 Jun 27, 2013
mommy of 2 boys wrote:
I SHOULD be getting 600 a month for 2 kids but my ex was always making 17 an hour at that point. could have gotten 800 from him, but hey, even though he is a POS, he does not pay the 600 so why try for 800??
are you fkn stupid 600 a month to 800. You must be a dead beat mom who lays on her back and thinks just because the man gave you some dick he owes you his life. Stop being a scrubb get a job for the kids you produced low life.
Mike

Columbus, OH

#56 Oct 10, 2013
another possability wrote:
Of course if both "parents" are on public assistants , then it's a draw.
Learn to spell and use punctuation, pls.
Wise One

Garland, TX

#58 Oct 14, 2013
jay dog wrote:
<quoted text>50/50 custody does not mean the child lives at each place half the time that is not good for the child bless its lil heart he don't know where home is. Now if he lives some where more than 4 or more days per week then where he is living at the other parent should be paying child support. The parent with the greatest responsibility of providing home, food utilities and such should be collecting some support. Then you have the question of who buys clothes ect ect. I am sick of women having to shoulder the major of financial responsibility because men wine and complain about paying child support. Thank God men are not the mothers where would this world be if they were. I shudder to think about it.
Over 90% of men with joint custody pay 100% of their child support obligations. It is only when you don't give the father access to the children that the fathers fall below that.

If men were the "mothers" we would take care of the kids, and take most of your money after marriage. Considering women are the number one child abuser... maybe it wouldn't be so bad.

Lol.
Hang them up

Ellenboro, NC

#59 Oct 15, 2013
Moms who make substantial more than fathers and have custody should not get 23%.
Support

Johnson City, TN

#60 Oct 16, 2013
Dont have kids if you don't want to support them.
yourdaddy

Prince George, Canada

#61 Oct 20, 2013
i just "love" how theres ALL this info on how to wring money out of guys but i cant find one damn page with info on how to pay my child support. kiiiinda 1 sided....

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