I have four years of evidence of failure to pay child support despite an incredibly comfortable amount of income. I also have proof that the Defendant has been using a fake credit for four years in our calculations of child support for 'child care expenses' he pays his mother. I am in the middle of filing contempt proceedings in regards to the delinquent payments and was wondering if I could address these matters, have the fake credit removed, or at the very least suggest the wage garnishment as a purge option for the contempt.
I really appreciate your time.
Judges have fairly broad powers at a contempt hearing and if they have jurisdiction of the matter can alter pretty much anything they want about continuing obligations in family court. You should speak to a family law attorney about the non-payment as well as the potential fake credit issue.
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