Past Due Child Support $ = Jail Time?

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Old Feb 8th, 2010, 10:06 PM   #1
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Just wondering how much Money does someone Owe for Past Due Child Support in Texas/or any state
for them to be Arrested? Or at least around how much do you think? (Like if a person never made any payments at all)
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Old Feb 9th, 2010, 09:28 AM   #2
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It really depends on the situation. Some people are jailed for $5,000 in arrears, some for $30,000.
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Old May 5th, 2010, 05:41 PM   #3
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As Long as you make at least 22 payments within a 2 year period or 104 weeks you will keep your sorry self out of jail. If you fail to do that and you become 3000 or more in the hole, you will be subpoena into court. No show = arrest warrant. Anyway you should go to the court date. The court will make a date for you to come up with 1/3 of the back support. They give you 6 months. If you R dumb enough to repeat this action, the court will get sick of your BS and felony support case will be your next step. Same deal though, but you'll have to pay 1 month support to keep your sorry a** out of jail on the spot. they will give you 6 months to come up with 1/2 of the back support and keep current durning that time. If you fail to do this or skip court either way you will serve 1 year in state prison. Next trip back to court = 5 year in state...Anyway all you deadbeats should spend at least 1 year in jail getting to know bubba! HA HAH, HA HAH!!!!!
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Old May 5th, 2010, 05:43 PM   #4
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Yes, and while all those "deadbeats" are sitting in jail, the children's mothers are visiting all kinds of atrocities upon them. There are many types of "deadbeats" my dear.
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Old May 5th, 2010, 06:15 PM   #5
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To the last post how did your dumba*s get pass the random question to post an answer? The question applies to non support of your child; sh*t for brains. SO we are talking about DEAD BEAT moms or DADs.
Just Keep your nasty thought to yourself. The kids will be far better off while the nasty F**ks in jail. He not supporting the kid anyway you F**k!
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Old May 5th, 2010, 08:37 PM   #6
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I didn't realize they allowed inmates to use computers.

There are plenty of ways to "not support" a child. Mothers engage in this all the time. For instance, I know a mother who uses her child support money to follow her boyfriend around to "gigs". She openly admits this.

I know of another mother who openly admitted to a judge that she uses her child support money to pay for her own personal health insurance that does NOT cover her child.

The next time you, last poster, wish to expound your "brilliant" intellect and dialect, you might want to pick up a dictionary and expand your vocabulary, and/or go out and actually live in the real world instead of the insulated bubble you have safely created for yourself.

If you are a woman, shame on you. I hope your children, if children have had the misfortune of being born to you, are not subjected to your filthy mouth. If they are, you are a deadbeat.
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Old May 6th, 2010, 03:37 AM   #7
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Its a real shame when people can't pay the amounts ordered by the courts, which are a way of enslaving people to the courts and attorneys.

No one should go to jail for child support that is too high, or for circumstances that prevent a normal amount to be paid- like when a mom lies about the actual costs involved to care for a child. This is something that should be considered as fraud, a crime against the child and fathers rights, and usually these are the mothers who alienate.

Bad system, no winners.
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No one should go to jail, PERIOD, for failure to pay child support or getting behind on child support.

The last I checked this was a free country and consenting adults made personal decisions in their lives. One was to have children.

There is literally no other "debt" that places a particular gender in jeopardy of going to jail (prison) for failing to pay. While it's a moral issue, it's not a legal one.

It's also a shame that our prison system is already alarmingly over-crowded and there are far worse criminals walking the streets who could be occupying those jail cells. It's pretty sad when a whole system can promote gender bias and hate against another ("deadbeat dad" is HATE SPEECH, and is BIASED)

When the rest of the world is keeping up with the drastic changes of society, Family Court and State Welfare offices are still stuck in the 1940's.
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No one should go to jail, PERIOD, for failure to pay child support or getting behind on child support.

The last I checked this was a free country and consenting adults made personal decisions in their lives. One was to have children.

There is literally no other "debt" that places a particular gender in jeopardy of going to jail (prison) for failing to pay. While it's a moral issue, it's not a legal one.

It's also a shame that our prison system is already alarmingly over-crowded and there are far worse criminals walking the streets who could be occupying those jail cells. It's pretty sad when a whole system can promote gender bias and hate against another ("deadbeat dad" is HATE SPEECH, and is BIASED)

When the rest of the world is keeping up with the drastic changes of society, Family Court and State Welfare offices are still stuck in the 1940's.
You don't get, its concerning a LEGAL issue, not a MORAL issue, because the judge/attorney scam network that has a stronglehold on terms like "best interest of the child" want you to pay every penny you can to see your own kids, to protect your kids, and when the time comes, to even have to pay 1000's to an attorney to get the psychotic amounts awarded "modified" so that you can live normally. This living normally, can only be achieved if you pay attorneys enough, otherwise, they make sure that you're stressed and miserable and will have to pay them, or go to jail.
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Oh I get it. I get it more than you could ever realize.

I fully understand, the "legality" of it, and I was being sarcastic as to why it's illegal to begin with.

Having children IS a moral issue and the state should NOT be involved in that at all.
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