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L has spent all day trying to sort out why she didn't receive the final payment from this job.
Well she finally got her answer. They told us 2 months ago they were deducting an extra $65 to cover the fees for 2011's support maintenance that the state charges and then $65 a month later.. Well apparently they didn't do it. Instead they took the full support amount and are applying that towards 2011 and 2012's fees... and that she didn't get support for his last week of work since he only worked a partial week.
Does anyone know if there is a resource out there that can tell me for sure if we can throw the state to the side and just do private payments? Because this is freaking ridiculous. If she got payment from a partial week at the start of a job, she should freaking get one at the end! I saw something on a paper that was submitted last year, but I can't find it online now!
I found my answer. Wi Requires by law that you go through their agency. Of course they do!
I guess L wants to go in and waive her rights to support.. knowing DH is a good man who wants the best for his son and will follow the order regardless. Stupid bloody State laws! I don't see why if BOTH parties wait to not use a service that they are dissatisfied with for multiple reasons they can't.
I'm sure that my naivety is showing but it just amazes me that there are actually agencies like this and that they're mandatory. I'm so sorry for all of you have that to deal with this kind of craziness.
Especially classy of them to put their need to take their cut over the needs of the child who the support is supposed to be for in the first place.
*Cautiously and excitedly expecting number two - shhh, if we're friends on Facebook. *
It is.. an annoying headache that makes you want to scream.
The state doesn't care what your divorce agreement states. By their rules the payer pays every week/bi week from point a until kid graduates HS. If your agreement is different you have to do leg work, fight it, get stuck in the system that can't get it right, pay $130 a year between the two of ya's (payer and payee) for "administrative fees", lose fees to your employer for them doing the payments out of your check, wait weeks for payments to show up...
it's handled now.. but it all starts again in about 7 weeks when he'll go back to work. My big fear is hitting the border and find out they've held his passport or something.
I get why they do it... but man, it's annoying as hell.
L wants to go in and relinquish her right to child support through the state. There's supposed to be a way to do it, but she has to say that they've agreed that support is no longer needed based on income and time spent with Reme. She'd then just have to meet up with me to get her check.
Course I have a pending "I hate your face witch" thing with her atm... so I might just mail it despite the fact it's across town.