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Old 01-16-2019, 01:43 PM
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Default Temporary assistance, how do I stop them forcing him to pay child support?

If there making him pay child support while incarcerated, do we just get married or what do I do? Help!!!
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Old 01-16-2019, 01:57 PM
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If there making him pay child support while incarcerated, do we just get married or what do I do? Help!!!
Please rephrase. The question does not make sense.
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Please rephrase. The question does not make sense.
I donít understand the question either.
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Old 01-16-2019, 02:02 PM
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Please rephrase. The question does not make sense.


Me and my boyfriend got forced to go to court because Iím on temporary assistance for child support how do I stop that?
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It may depend on the state's law.
Yes, this. In California there is a waiver for an incarcerated person to sign that stops the accrual of child support debt; basically an agreement that you acknowledge he can't pay and won't seek any financial support. It's a simple process but I don't know what is available in your state. I know some are much less forgiving than others and that the information may have changed as states crack down on folks using assistance.
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Are you able to get a job? Most states require an active child support order for any kind of assistance so if you want that to stop, you’ll need to get off assistance.

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Are you able to get a job? Most states require an active child support order for any kind of assistance so if you want that to stop, youíll need to get off assistance.

Good luck to you.


I work part time
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Yes, this. In California there is a waiver for an incarcerated person to sign that stops the accrual of child support debt; basically an agreement that you acknowledge he can't pay and won't seek any financial support. It's a simple process but I don't know what is available in your state. I know some are much less forgiving than others and that the information may have changed as states crack down on folks using assistance.


I live in New York unfortunately
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