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Court-ordered child support payment stuns fans

While some non-custodial Pennsylvania parents find it hard to pay even $100 each month in child support, others do not blink when they hand over 10 times that much. In addition, they may think nothing of paying for other expenses, such as medical treatments or extracurricular activities. The amount of child support said to be paid by one NBA star has eyebrows raised.

John Schneider prefers jail time over paying spousal support

When it comes to paying support to their former spouses, some in Pennsylvania who have to pay it would do almost anything to get out of that financial obligation. One person choosing the "anything" would be the original Dukes of Hazzard star John Schneider. He is requesting jail time over paying spousal support to his ex-wife, Elly.

Facebook assists in child support case

There is a lot in the news these days about arrests of non-custodial parents who have not paid child support. Custodial parents in Pennsylvania know how frustrating it can be when an expected payment is not received and the child has to go without something he or she may need or want. Via a fairly new tactic, at least to some circles of law enforcement, police were able to track down one father for non-payment of child support.

Father faces job loss, jail time in nonpayment of child support

Child support is the responsibility of both parents, whether they are together or not. It can be constricting to the finances of a noncustodial parent, but not receiving regular payments can be detrimental to the custodial parent and the child. Pennsylvania parents may be interested in the story of a police officer who lied about his paycheck, just so he would not have to pay so much in child support.

Rapper Rick Ross revisits child support agreement

Most Pennsylvania custodial parents know they can take an ex back to court for child support modifications should there be substantial changes in income for either parent. A new order by the court will need to be obtained for the required adjustments to take place. Tia Kemp, the woman who shares a son with rapper Rick Ross has requested and received an increase in child support from the performer.

Mother takes child support case to appellate court

Some Pennsylvania custodial parents know it can be extremely frustrating dealing with matters of child support. Sometimes the ex does not comply with a court order to pay, and sometimes the court will not consider the heartfelt plea to reexamine a previous ruling. That is what happened to one mother who asked a panel to review an earlier child support decision.

Father lands in jail after nonpayment of child support

When a Pennsylvania non-custodial parent chooses to not pay child support, there may be several negative reactions as a result. The most important one might be that the child has to go without a meal, without needed medicine or without sufficient apparel for cold winter months. Other consequences might affect the non-custodial parent him or herself. Case in point, one man is facing contempt of court charges for non-payment of child support.

Spousal support woes for ex-husband

Spousal support is often a sore subject to the Pennsylvania ex who has been ordered to pay. Some former spouses can well afford to pay the amount set by the court, but some struggle with payments they feel are too steep. The former husband of an heiress to a major tobacco company has made the claim she is not paying the spousal support amount on which they had agreed at the time of their divorce.

Man running for governor owes back child support

One thing many custodial parents in Pennsylvania will tell people is that child support is of extreme importance to them. While some think court-ordered amounts are ridiculously high, the cost of raising a child is enormous, and it often takes the salaries from both parents to make sure a child has the things he or she needs, much less some extra for wants. A man who has aspirations of running for governor of his state has been ordered by a judge to pay over $12,000 in child support payments he has not paid.

Father owes big money in child support case

Many non-custodial parents in Pennsylvania have no problem with the idea of paying support for their children. Just because the marriage does not last does not mean the love they have for their children stops, and they are usually happy to help provide, no matter the sacrifices they may have to make to do so. One father, however, faked his own death and lived as another person to keep from paying child support to his ex-wife for their two children.

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