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California learns of child support ordered for man with 25 kids

California readers may be familiar with the story of a man who fathered 25 children in another state. Now the man is facing claims that he failed to pay his court-ordered child support to at least two of the 15 mothers of his children. In fact, the two women say, the father of their children owes them $27,000 and $36,000 respectively.

Child support action against 9/11 hero of interest in California

A man who is considered a hero to many for his efforts on behalf of 9/11 victims is now being accused of failing to pay his court-ordered child support. The man has worked to gain funds for survivors of the terrorist attack that took the lives of many from across the country. California residents may be interested to learn that now his children assert that he owes $81,421 in back child support payments.

California child support payments are mandatory

California rap music fans may be familiar with rapper Capone, famed for his work in the music group Capone-N-Noreaga. The duo was signed to a record deal in 1996 and has since released four albums. Now, the rapper is in the news for a different reason: his recent arrest for failure to pay his court-ordered child support payments.

Missed child support in California adds up, affects families hard

When a non-custodial parent is ordered by a court to make child support payments, they are mandatory and must be paid on a schedule to the custodial parent of a child. When a parent in California fails to pay, there are methods that the state can use to recover the amount owed. These efforts to collect child support payments can be successful and use methods such as wage garnishment and other measures.

California child support recipients face tough decisions

When so ordered by the court, payment of child support by a non-custodial parent is mandatory in California. The child support payments are intended to assist a custodial parent with raising and providing for a child. The payments can be essential to a parent who faces the high costs associated with raising children such as clothing, schooling and basic needs.

Woman must pay child support to adopted son she sent back

California readers may recall the infamous case in which an adoptive mother changed her mind and sent her son back to his homeland alone. Recently she was sued for child support by the agency responsible for her international adoption. The suit claimed that the woman owed $150,000 in child support for the boy, who now lives in a group home back in Russia.

California fathers face child support dilemma

For many poor non-custodial parents in California, there is a difficult choice to make each month. They must decide whether to pay for their rent and food costs or make court ordered child support payments. If they don't choose the child support payments, they could face penalties such as jail time, fines and wage garnishments. In addition, they may find it difficult to see their kids if they do not pay the required child support.

International child support subject of new bill proposal

International child support enforcement is an issue for many in California who have one parent of a child living in a foreign country. The enforcement of a child support obligation can take as many as five years or more to be established, and that only includes the 15 countries where bilateral agreements exist to cooperate on these issues. But it may be that help is on the way in the form of a formal ratification of a global treaty involving child support enforcement.

Dennis Rodman allegedly owes over $800,000 back child support

Child support payments are sometimes a source of contention in a California divorces. The non-custodial parent of a child is typically required to make payments for several years in many child support cases. These child support payments can continue until a child completes college or reaches the age of majority, depending on the circumstances of a particular proceeding.

Government sets up most wanted 'deadbeat parent' website

Child support is crucial in providing the appropriate necessities for a child in California and across the United States and timely payments are very important during every stage in a child's life. That is why the federal government is trying to use the Internet to keep parents accountable.

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