Child Support Payments

Child Support Payments

Payments pursuant to a court order, divorce decree, or other legal obligation for the support of a taxpayer's child. Payments for child support do not constitute alimony and are not includible in gross income by the recipient or deductible as alimony by the payer.
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Some 119,072,302 callers to lines offering help on issues including benefit claims, child support payments, pensions and tax credits, got engaged tones, were lost in the system or gave up the call before talking to an adviser.
Mr Blunkett gave a personal apology to one mother who has been waiting four years for child support payments and promised her that he would ensure that the money would get to her within days
As a result, there has been an increase in child support payments and concomitantly a larger number of parenting plans established.
Court ordered child support payments will be backed up by stronger enforcement under proposed legislation introduced.
Ludlow said he also had been the subject of a negative campaign, with questions raised over a bankruptcy and child support payments.
When Wise went to court asking to be relieved of the child support payments that consumed a third of his take-home pay, he was turned down.
In some blended families one spouse, often the husband, will have to make child support payments to a former spouse," says Cheryl Creuzot, president and COO of the AFP Group.
He has a personal life to match: He cut himself off from his family, abused his first wife, and was stunningly stingy in child support payments to a son from his first marriage.
After much study, the federal government has moved to implement changes to the system of child support payments.
A trap for the unwary is present in situations in which final marital separation agreements not only call for child support payments, but also modifiable alimony payments on a reduction schedule for the future (Temp.
The refund due the couple is $2,996 ($16,000-$13,004), but the wife is delinquent in child support payments from a previous marriage.
based Children's Defense Fund (CDF), parents are 16 times more likely to fall behind with their child support payments than with their car payments.

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