My question involves child support in the State of: FL
All children involved are past the age of 18, so the collection is now solely on back support, which is still over 25k+ owed.
Court modified the monthly amount to just under $400 per month, but lucky to see $80-120 per month paid. Some amount is paid monthly, as
this as been discovered the 'trick' to staying under and out of the courts radar. Courts will not flag the total court ordered amount, only if a payment has not been made over 30-45 days.
Non-custodial parent works cash only jobs, and has their mother maintain their checking acct, nothing is in their name to look at or go after.
Besides paying a lawyer $$$ to keep dragging him into court, is there any other way to make the court 'see' he is not paying the court-ordered amount?
Calling FL Department of Revenue is futile, All they state is the case will be reviewed, which they never do.