Enforced child maintenance.
Has anyone had a child maintenance order enforced?
What documents of proof of income (if any) were required?
Was you income from abroad taken into consideration, or was it only what you earn here?
How much income did you declare, how much were you ordered to pay?
From what I understood they can not ask you to produce international income, only what is generated here, but I have just heard about a case where he was ordered to produce international income, refused and so was jailed. Men are really on the back foot these days, women have taken the whole equality thing and made it corrupt over the space of about 12 months. If this is true then any woman can now file for an order, if her requests are not met then the guy just goes to jail. Something tells me the over crowded prisons are about the become even more cosy. Why can this country not do anything right, satisfactory or even remotely down the line.
Derfish, please explain what is highlighted...........
Originally Posted by Derfish
I have no idea what it means........
B in Santiago
Fish, I think most guys don't have a problem with taking care of there offspring. They just don't like to subsidize the mothers fantasy life style, and support her whole extended family.Its much more complicated than giving the mother an amount of money every month. In many cases the child will not benefit at all but the mother has new cloths updated electronics etc.
Many woman on the island have no ambition other than having a child with an A.T.M (Guy with money)
Its a complex topic here as it is everywhere, but no guy wants to be taken advantage of so the mother can sit at home and watch soap operas.
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i have never found even a little corner (rincon, rinconcito) of my heart (misspelled a bit).
Originally Posted by waytogo
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I got my girlfriend to go the fiscal to get her no-good ex to pay. He had told her for two years that child support laws didn't apply to the police. He also lied about where he worked, reneged on a promise of health insurance and hid behind his mother's skirts when I drove her to see him. So, with a little prodding and the support of her sister, off to the fiscal she finally went. I believed she had to bring her identification and the child's birth certificate. The ex initially failed to appear and then was ordered to the following week. I wasn't at the hearing but I suspect it involved questions about paternity, proof of income, and so on. When all was said and done, he was required to spend around 1000 pesos a month for food and pampers, which doesn't sound like much but it's a big chunk of a national policeman's salary. If he refuses to pay, he'll go to jail.
I can't speak to what it would be like to be on the receiving end of the legal action but everything seemed fair from my perspective.
It seems that there are people in the world who like to play, but don't like it when the rules get in the way. Birds of a feather flock together. I'm happy that another deadbeat has been taken to task.
Originally Posted by Givadogahome
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Cases like the following are the worst worst-case scenarios I know of where men's rights are concerned:
Dad must pay child support for 3 kids that aren't his: Court rules | Canada | News | Toronto Sun
A father has been ordered to pay child support to his ex-wife despite results of DNA testing that found three of the four children he helped raise are not biologically his, a Quebec Superior Court ruled. The man learned the shocking news after he demanded DNA testing when he and his wife of 16 years separated in April 2010.
“Since I learned that I am a broken man,” the father told QMI Agency.
His daughters are aged 12, 14, and 16, and his son is nine. DNA testing revealed the son is his only biological child.
To make matters worse, his ex-wife told him his three daughters were all fathered by different men, he said.
my woman has a 7 year old with a Dominican. He is required to pay 2000 pesos per month and had being doing that until I showed up. Now it has to be pryed out of him and always late. Always has an excuse....fell off a ladder and can't work....guagua broke down and have to fix it....stomach ache cant work
He should take his case to a higher court.There is no reason whatsoever why he should
Originally Posted by cleverlemming
pay for the three girls.His only responsibility is his son.
It isn't just here. I sat in Family Court in the US and listened to my ex-husband tell the judge he'd rather go to jail than pay child support - and that was for his own children!