My husband has child support taken out of his check automatically. We have had this done for over 4 years now and this year all of a sudden the support agency says we are over $1,000 behind. We have pulled his check stubs and checked the amount it is what the court has ordered. However, when you try to talk to the support agency they don't seem to want to listen to reason. They treat you like you are some deadbeat that is trying to get out of paying. That is not the case but there has been a mistake on their end. Has anyone had to deal with this before and how did you handle it? I only need serious people with helpful suggestions. No bashing how we don't want to pay our support, that simply is not the case here.
Asked by Anonymous at 3:32 PM on Nov. 4, 2010 in Money & Work
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