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Imputed incomeWhat is imputed income? Imputed income is income you used to have, but no longer have. Imputed income is income that you would have today, if conditions were perfect.
Like, if the economy was still booming, if there was no recession, if you still had your high-paying job, if you were still employed, and if you were still healthy, and not disabled.
So, based on your actual situation of unemployment and disability, is it any wonder why you can't pay the full amount of your child support?
The problem is, when you don't pay the full amount of your child support, your ex will likely petition the court, and in turn the court will enter a judgment against you. And then, based on the judgment, your employer — in addition to reporting your income to the IRS — will also deduct your child support from your paychecks. Even when the court's judgment was arbitrary, unfair, and unjust.
Paternity fraudIn addition to bad laws, bad precedents, unfair laws, twisted family courts and imputed (fictitious) incomes, many child support cases start out as paternity fraud.
What is paternity fraud? While knowing or suspecting you're NOT the biological father, one of your former girl friends falsely asserts that you are her kid's biological father.
Why does she do that? Because she wants money. And because paternity fraud is the perfect crime that pays millions. And she never goes to jail.
Paternity fraud is the perfect crime because she doesn't have to account for any of your money that she receives. She can spend it on fancy clothes, jewelry and luxury cars.
Paternity fraud is the perfect crime because most states do not punish it. Paternity fraud is the perfect crime because most states allow the women to make paternity claims without giving you, the alleged biological father, an adequate chance to contest her paternity claim against you.
Paternity fraud is the perfect crime because most states limit the amount of time you're allowed to challenge her paternity claim. And, way too many times you're completely unaware of her paternity claim.
Paternity fraud is the perfect crime because you get stuck with the obligation to pay child support, even when no one notifies you of the birth in a timely manner.
If you're married to the mother, again, paternity fraud is the perfect crime because many states conveniently assume that you're the biological father, Even when you're not.
And when the child is not yours, is it any wonder why you don't want to pay her any child support? ...More >>
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