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    Default Child Support, No Custody

    My question involves child support in the State of: colorado


    My husbands ex is trying to get him for four years of child support, even though he had their daughter 98% of the first 2 1/2 years. There is no custody orders. She denied his military insurance to keep their daughter on medicare. He was never served with any papers or notified of a court date. Last august our bank account was frozen and we were told he was $9,000 in arrears. They started garnishing his check $528 a month. We went to the child support office and were told it should be half that, $200 for current + $64 for arrears. How do we fight this?? We are paying more than our rent in child support for a child his ex won't let him see. What do we do?

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    Default Re: Child Support, No Custody

    As I said in your other thread, he needs to file to establish an enforceable visitation plan.

    Now, the child is on medicare? Does he owe the arrears to Mom, or the State?
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