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I want my child support, and I don't care if you lose everything you own. I'm the mom, so I'm more important....edit

Posted by Anonymous   + Show Post

When someone addresses and ends the issue of women who milk their ex's bank account dry every month collecting "child support" (aka) I dont' wanna work after me and you split up, so you are gonna support me even though I'm a heinous bitch...THEN I will get upset if I see someone buying candy/cupcakes/what the fuck ever with a Food stamp card.

Sure, some women deserve and need their child support money....other's do not. If you make enough money to supprt your kids, and your child is spending enough time with both parents, why the fuck are you bleeding him dry in child support? Because you're bitter? WHY?

It really saddens me that as women, some of you demand child support from the men, yet in the same breath say that you're an independant woman who doesn't need a man to get by. Well, apparently you do, and it makes us all look bad.

I honestly can't say which I detest more...the one's who are determined to get enough money from some poor bastard to buy their kids (and themselves,let's be real) all kind of toys, electronics, vacations, etc. OR the ones who just don't let the guy see the kid, all because you guys aren't together anymore.  LET it go...stop making women look desperate and clingy. 

Bad husband/boyfriend/partner does not always = bad dad/parent. Stop being greedy and spiteful.

Ok, I'm done.

No, I don't get child support for my son. Why should I? I can afford to take care of him. No, my DH doesn't have any other kids and is not paying child support. Not everyone who thinks that women are shitty for breaking their exes bank account are jaded or bitter from a  man. Get over it.


Posted by Anonymous on Nov. 14, 2012 at 12:03 AM
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Anonymous
by Anonymous 12 on Nov. 14, 2012 at 12:22 AM

Because they can just walk into any court room, make outrageous demands in terms of support, and have it granted, right? If you have issue with what or how much is being awarded or the process in general, that is not on the individual receiving the support.

Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Nov. 14, 2012 at 12:23 AM


Quoting LiLsMaMa21:

Are you split up from your baby daddy?

Wow. and yes, I guess to answer your question. I assume when you say "baby daddy" you are refering to my sons father...I don't speak ghetto. But I don't recieve CS because I have my own job, and what i can't handle, he covers. It called maturity

AllofFive19
by Ruby Member on Nov. 14, 2012 at 12:24 AM

Some states have 20% as a minimum for one child, and they can order extras besides. There have been cases of men paying more than 50% of their check to support the child, giving them no money to live.

Quoting Ciuplys:

I thought the courts only make the man pay 15% of his earnings?


Anonymous
by Anonymous 9 on Nov. 14, 2012 at 12:25 AM


So has a son that is ten. His mother kept him from SO then reliquished him too her father, who then gave him too the state. LOOONNG story but he is back with her now. She called SO about cs. He told her he has a credit on the account because he has paid it all along and while the boy was in state custody she had to pay so it cancelled his out. She actually said too him "Well I haven't seen it, it doesn't matter where he is, he is MY son and I should get the money" Ummmmm it is not a monthly payment for you pushing out a kid. Its to SUPPORT the kid. Yea. Shes a pos and we should have the kiddo soon.

Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Nov. 14, 2012 at 12:25 AM


Quoting Anonymous:

Because they can just walk into any court room, make outrageous demands in terms of support, and have it granted, right? If you have issue with what or how much is being awarded or the process in general, that is not on the individual receiving the support.

Yes, it is. when I went through my divorce,and the judge was discussing CS, he explaine what he would be required to pay. i simply signed a statement saying that I would receive x amount, instead of the predetermined one, and that was that.

Bri060492
by Ruby Member on Nov. 14, 2012 at 12:27 AM
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I rather him just sign over his rights then have the child support check..

though if he is going to be a butt head. Talk shit about me and my husband to our four year old. Then you betcha i'm going to milk his ass dry.

wonderouslife84
by on Nov. 14, 2012 at 12:29 AM
Here in Colorado u can sign ur rights over but still have to pay the child support ..

Quoting Bri060492:

I rather him just sign over his rights then have the child support check..

though if he is going to be a butt head. Talk shit about me and my husband to our four year old. Then you betcha i'm going to milk his ass dry.

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othermom
by Ruby Member on Nov. 14, 2012 at 12:29 AM

I agree that some people do it out of spite. I haven't gone in to change the child support since it was ordered for my son. I am just happy if it gets paid

ryssa123
by Member on Nov. 14, 2012 at 12:29 AM
I agree
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Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Nov. 14, 2012 at 12:29 AM

Well, you let that same scuz bag stick his dick in you at least once that we know of, so that's kind of your fault.That doesn't really defend your cause. lol... If you and your DH split, and your kids lived with you, then yes, he should help support them, but not have to suffer while doing it.

Quoting bowribbonmama:

Yep, that's totally me.
Oh wait, I only have 1 child who I could collect child support for and his father is a low life, welfare collecting scuz bag.
Even still, if DH and I ever split I know he'd help me pay for our children (including DS who is NOT biologically his). Why? Because it is HIS responsibility as well.


Quoting Anonymous:



Quoting bowribbonmama:

You sound like an idiot.

Well, I can honestly say that I've been called worse, by far better. That's your opinion...probably one fo the women i was talking about in my post.


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