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Posted about 2 years ago.

By saying "forgive jer support", I mean, she thinks a judge will wipe her debt clean because she wasn't working.

Hillary Johns
Hillary Johns, Family Law Attorney - San Diego, CA
Posted about 2 years ago.

No. If there is a court order in place, then it would be your choice whether to do so. Is this a public assistance case. The fact that your ex does not understand the law in this area is not your problem. I would suggest that you motion the court for a seek work order or have income imputed to her.

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Posted about 2 years ago.

No. I am not on any public asistance. I work full time. What would that motion do? She was working and paid child support for about 8 months and then quit. She hasn't paid anything in about a year. Like I said, she claims that all debts will be fogrgiven since she is trying to "better herself and go to school." She refuses to work for only half of her paycheck. I still pay for my kids expenses every month whether she pays me or not! It's just frustrating...