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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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NJ.com Hudson County Sheriff39s Office arrests 35 39deadbeat39 parents in statewide roundup NJ.com JERSEY CITY The Hudson County Sheriff39s Office39s participation in the statewide quotMan Up and Pay Upquot warrant sweep has resulted in the arrest of 35 people for failing to pay child support, including one man who owes more than 70,000. quotNo child on Former dominatrix fights to keep job as sheriff39s officerNJ.com all 17 news articles raquo

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Haaretz Israel Failing to Collect Child Support From Deadbeat Dads Haaretz The drop is linked to the change in 2014 that saw responsibility for collecting child support from deadbeat husbands being transferred from the NII to the Justice Ministry39s Enforcement and Collection Authority. This was done with the aim of improving

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Garfield Daily Voice Saddle Brook Deadbeat Dad Charged With Arson In Garfield Car Fire Garfield Daily Voice GARFIELD, N.J. A Saddle Brook man with a history of arrests for DWI and failing to pay child support was nabbed by Garfield police two hours after he torched and more raquo

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