strength asked the question:
im 7 months pregnant and the dad is saying hes going to make it look like he only makes 16,000 a year when really he makes at least 100,000+ a year,he owns his own contracting buisness. can i go to the child support enforcement office now while im still pregnant and get things started so when this baby comes its all ready to go?
Lamplighter asked the question:
…If he should win the candidacy? Will Republicans set aside their differences with him over issues like abortion, or will his liberal views make it impossible for Republicans to retain rule?
magesh m asked the question:
1. The curiosity of this question is ,if amd can support graphics/games very well why can’t it do calculations involved in electronics simulation or CAD sofwares.
2.Games also includes lots of processing/calculations if AMD can support games it should eventually support high end office softwares also.
zombieprincess89 asked the question:
My son will be a year old in April, and I haven’t gotten anything from the father. I called the child support office and they said there is nothing to do unless he gets a job. which he gets his jobs off of craigslist that way he gets paid in cash instead. Is there anything I can do cause no one in Idaho is much help in letting me know what I can do about it.
Is there any protection for the non-custodial parents in “Office of Child Support Enforcement” cases?
jninjacash31 asked the question:
My (ex)wife and I separated for a few months in 1999. She opened an OCSE case, and I paid child support. We were only separated for 2 or 3 months. We got back together, and she called to close the case and they said they were going to not close it but keep it inactive, to keep paying and we’d just get it back (mistake #1). We were together another 2 years (2001) before divorcing. On divorce, child support was set but not required to go through OCSE (paid to her directly) (mistake #2). I didn’t always get receipts for my payments to her (mistake #3). In 2005 she filed for TEA which required her to (re-)open a OCSE case. Now OCSE is claiming that I owe back child support from 1999 to 2005 (when they started garnishing my wages). It totals $17,343.64. This includes from 1999 to 2001 when the case should’ve been closed because we were back together, and from 2001 to 2005, when I was paying directly to her. My ex refuses to tell OCSE that I was paying her directly…
…and I only have a handful of receipts from those years. I’m in deep trouble here, and I’ve done nothing wrong. I called a lawyer and he basically said, “if you use my services, it will be very expensive.” Has my lack of documenting payments cost me $17,343? I have requested an audit of my case to further review what payments they are claiming I did not pay. I’ve banked with three or four banks and could (expensively) track some old checks that were paid to her, but it won’t be enough. I remember so many times that we were on good terms and I gave her cash and she didn’t give me a receipt. I feel like I’m being robbed. OCSE has been taking my federal tax refunds, and has blocked my ability to get a passport and they can even suspend my D.L.. I need help and I have no money to pay for that help. Please help!
I like the 1st and 3rd answers equally. I am letting this go to vote.
pat asked the question:
I sit at the office for pretty much the whole day.
Will sitting on a chair without back support be too much of a strain ?
curious asked the question:
I have been working with the Missouri CSE for over a year to collect CS from my ex-husband who quit paying in 2006. They have failed to take enforcement action (i.e. prosecution, suspended license) that the law has given them authority to take. He is currently $11,229 in arrears. I know that many other single parents in Missouri are having the same problem with the CSE not enforcing their court orders for support. I think that the CSE allows dead-beat parents to slip through the cracks and loopholes for years. My daughters and many other children deserve better than that. What can I do?
Duffman asked the question:
Mimi Miyagi, a famous Filipina porn actress is running for Governor of Nevada as a Republican. Her campaign seems legit, and she is particularly focused on economic and women’s issues.
I personally am tired of hypocrite politicians preaching morality and then getting busted with hookers and drugs, so I think having a porn star in elected office would be a refreshing start.
If a porn star gets elected as a Republican, it will greatly increase the average morality of the Republican Party.
Bonqueesha R asked the question:
What do they do with them? I hope they recycle them because that is a giant waste of paper. The only good thing is that it costs a stamp to send the letter and that supports the post office (And the USPS is the only government organization that isn’t funded through taxes)
CollegeKid asked the question:
Word - Excel -PowerPoint
Are they running on Apple’s phone?
(or iWork ofcourse)