This isn't for me, but a girlfriend of mine receives child support from what can only be referred to as a deadbeat. He left her pregnant, "lost" his job, and was only ordered to pay her $75 per month while he was receiving unemployment.
Long story short, he filed for a review of their case when the unemployment ran out hoping they would DECREASE it from $75 (really?!), but instead they said he was capable of working 40 hours a week at minimum wage, and INCREASED it by a couple hundred dollars. The notice that she received that her child support was increased was dated the end of January, but the amount owed did not increase then, nor did it the first of February. She thought it would reflect in March for sure, but it is still showing that he was only obligated for the old amount for that month.
Now to the question...if you have went through a change in child support, how long did it take for it to actually start being handled as the new amount? And we were both thinking they probably wouldn't make him go back and pay more for last month would they?
Answer by gemgem at 4:59 PM on Mar. 2, 2011
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