why is child support robbing us of our rights and our money when we work hard to support a child ?

What i am saying is dealing with the child support people robbing us of our money by charging us with arrears and interest when we as working mans work a job to support our child.

Asked By: tyroby - 7/10/2009
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It depends on the cause of your arrears. If you refused, than you were asking for it, but if you were laid off for a time, than I can understand... More
Answered By: P.I.T.A. -but not what you think - 7/11/2009
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The state paid for your child while you weren't paying the child support and went into arrears. So now you owe the child support for the present and you owe the taxpayers for supporting your child when you couldn't.
Answered By: Sunshine - 7/10/2009
don't breed IF you can afford to support your spawn. Dead Beat Dad's with Excuses SUCK !
Answered By: ducky aka Mr Duck - 7/10/2009
Nobody is robbing you of any rights... More
Answered By: quizzard123 - 7/10/2009
Sunshine is right. You might be angry about it but it's your child, so it's your responsibility. When you don't take responsibility, everyone else pays. Do you think we are happy about about getting 'robbed' to pay for your child, who is not our responsibility, when you don't have a job or don't bother paying?
Answered By: skahoj - 7/10/2009
Probably because your view of what a man should do to support a child is grossly different that the view of society and its elected representatives. If you father a child you are responsible for caring for and supporting that child. Married parents understand that and will make every decision based on the needs of... More
Answered By: laughter_every_day - 7/10/2009
First off, to a reply above, when you don't make your payments, the state does not make them for you. The other parent does not see a dime until payments are made by the other parent. Interest on arrears goes straight to the state, not the other parent. Now I understand what you mean, as there are times when no matter... More
Answered By: ~*Flick*~ - 7/10/2009
Its simple after your ex rapes you in court then they allow the state to r**e you when you can't afford to pay the high over priced support payment... More
Answered By: uthink92 - 7/11/2009
so the state can make some money, that's why, that interest they are charging you is paying the enforcements salary. The system is messed up, if you ever fall behind you never seem to catch up, that's why so many just leave the country
Answered By: HATE 2 PAY - 7/12/2009
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