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    Charlene Ada Willoughby
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    Default Washington State child support question


    I've been through this before years ago and a different state and one father was in prison.

    This father is NOT in prison and makes good money, has like 40 acreas in the mountains, a truck, 66 mustang, a Taurus, another mustang, a brand new house they just built, a garage, a shop with lift, deck that wraps all the way around the home, 4 bedrooms, just him and his wife and sheis a principal and school teacher(of 50 kids in the entire school K-8). I'm raising 3 kids(did have4 but thatone is 28)and on VA Comp, my only income. He only has to support one child because one is 18 and one the other isn't his. How much should I get do you think? If I got $200 I'd be tickled pink. I'm 48, probably older than most on this list. I've been raising kids for 28 yrs. Only one person ever commented on my last e-mail.

    Char







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    Denise
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Charlene Ada Willoughby"

    <adanaturkey8385@...> wrote:



    ...How much should I get do you think?...



    Fortunately for you, Washington state tends to be very diligent about

    issuing child support once they're aware there's a need. (There may

    not necessarily be a want...something I went round and round with them

    on!)



    If I remember correctly, the monies granted are based on income

    received by the non-custodial parent, not assets. So the

    house/cars/etc won't likely factor in much. As far as how much, it's

    really hard to say. If your ex has a good lawyer (or doesn't make much

    money himself), you may be lucky to get $165 a month. If he decides to

    just do the right thing, you could get over $400.



    Your best bet would be to go to this website:

    http://www1.dshs.wa.gov/dcs/ and start the process.



    Good luck!

    Denise












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    Charlene Ada Willoughby
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    Default Washington State child support question


    Denise,

    My exmakes very good money, he works for Blackfoot telephone
    company and drives semi truck for them and installs for them too.
    Thanks for responding.

    Char






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    Tressa Watts
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    Default Washington State child support question



    I live in Washington State....My ex-husband made around 65,000 6 years ago when we divorced. I made $35,000. We did joint custody. Me 51% him 49% because it cannot be 50/50. He was told to pay me over $500 a month I deviated from state requirements for him to pay me....I asked for 350 a month. Now if we were to go back to re-evaluate I am not sure what woudl happen....he makes around $75,000 I make around $70,000. He wines being poor because of child support although his mom basically gave him a $250,000 house for $70,000. His girlfreind is always telling her family (and it gets back to me) that they are gonna take me back to court so he deosnt have to pay child supoort. I do not worry as #1 I have documented over time that it is basically 90/10 as if she has a sporting event or whatever on his days...I take her. I have her if there is somethign she needs to attend etc. Because she is on elite sports teams that is almost all weekends...I WILL hold him to court orders we signed with th divorce..and is Washington state law...that fathers of divorced children are required to pay 1/2 college educations...we shall see...he can take a loan out on his expensive house if ya ask me....Thankfully it has all been just "talk" and nothing has become of it...I do not worry as I do not count on the money anyways..

    Tressa





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    Date: Tue, 5 Aug 2008 21:13:30 -0700
    Subject: Budget101.com : Washington State child support question






    I've been through this before years ago and a different state and one father was in prison.

    This father is NOT in prison and makes good money, has like 40 acreas in the mountains, a truck, 66 mustang, a Taurus, another mustang, a brand new house they just built, a garage, a shop with lift, deck that wraps all the way around the home, 4 bedrooms, just him and his wife and sheis a principal and school teacher(of 50 kids in the entire school K-8). I'm raising 3 kids(did have4 but thatone is 28)and on VA Comp, my only income. He only has to support one child because one is 18 and one the other isn't his. How much should I get do you think? If I got $200 I'd be tickled pink. I'm 48, probably older than most on this list. I've been raising kids for 28 yrs. Only one person ever commented on my last e-mail.

    Char








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    purplemum1@aol.com
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    Default Washington State child support question


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    Char...

    It depends on his income....noton what he has in the way of possessions (since he is married with 2 incomes).

    Washington from my understanding has one of the best records for collecting child support (garnishing wages, tax returns, bank accounts, etc).

    For more information, I would contactthe State of WA Division ofChild Support in Olympia(WA State Support Registry may bethrough the Department of Social & Health Services).


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    mem68
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    Default Washington State child support question


    Char, are you disabled? Or do you work? crafts to sell? garden? It sounds like you may resent what the x has.
    I am 70yo, have 3 grown children , 10 yo adopted son and going thru my second child hood w/ him.
    [quote]
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Charlene Ada Willoughby
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2008 9:13 PM
    Subject: Budget101.com : Washington State child support question


    I've been through this before years ago and a different state and one father was in prison.

    This father is NOT in prison and makes good money, has like 40 acreas in the mountains, a truck, 66 mustang, a Taurus, another mustang, a brand new house they just built, a garage, a shop with lift, deck that wraps all the way around the home,



  7. #7
    Wendy Sykes
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    Default Washington State child support question



    You are talking about welfare here and not child support. In most cases

    child support is based on BOTH parents income. Google Washington state Child

    Support Guidelines and that will give you a rough estimate.



    Fortunately for you, Washington state tends to be very diligent about

    issuing child support once they're aware there's a need. (There may

    not necessarily be a want...something I went round and round with them

    on!)



    If I remember correctly, the monies granted are based on income

    received by the non-custodial parent, not assets. So the

    house/cars/etc won't likely factor in much. As far as how much, it's

    really hard to say. If your ex has a good lawyer (or doesn't make much

    money himself), you may be lucky to get $165 a month. If he decides to

    just do the right thing, you could get over $400.



    Your best bet would be to go to this website:

    http://www1.dshs.wa.gov/dcs/ and start the process.



    Good luck!

    Denise














  8. #8
    Wendy Sykes
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    Default Washington State child support question

    No, it does not sound like she resents what the ex has. She wants him to be

    financially responsible for THEIR children



    -------Original Message-------



    From: mem68

    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Washington State child support question



    Char, are you disabled? Or do you work? crafts to sell? garden? It sounds

    like you may resent what the x has.

    I am 70yo, have 3 grown children , 10 yo adopted son and going thru my

    second child hood w/ him.



    ----- Original Message -----

    From: Charlene Ada Willoughby

    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com






 

 
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