Child support finally cought up with my ex husband, hasn't paid sense 2009 - kids have received four payments - $127., $127., $99. and $40. - So, I'm thinking, he's quit this job and these are his last pay checks.
My question is if he uses this job as a reference for the next - is an employer obligated to tell that he has an obligation to child support?
Should that be a part of a background check?
I don't understand how someone can not use their social security number for years. Not file income tax fir years.
Just a curious question.
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