Child Support Obligation
Alan’s Actual Children Support Obligation History
That can only be addressed by payment, even bankruptcy can not remove it. So Alan will address it with a hearing to bring in two income items he transfered to his kids that he didn’t bring into the Child support system that should elimate the debt!
Read case worker reply to Alan below:
CCH = Basic Support
CMS = Medical Support
When twelve (12) consecutive months of complete and timely payments of both current support debt and court-ordered pay backs of the child support debt or arrearage are made a request can be made to stop interest charging on the remaining child support debt and arrearage. Upon case review, if complete and timely payments are received, you should be able to make the request in May 2011.
There is a hierarchy in the system. The CCH obligation/interest would be paid before the CMS obligation/interest in any given month. The monthly accrual for the CCH obligation is paid first and if sufficient dollars are received the system would apply monies to the CMS obligation.
The interest on the CMS obligation appears greater because of the hierarchy. There have been more payments applied to the interest on the CCH obligation and interest. The payment history being forwarded shows the interest charged per obligation.
Interest rates are as follows: 2002/4%, 2003/6%, 2004/6%, 2005/6%, 2006/6%, 2007/7%, 2008/4%, 2009/4%, and 2010/4%.
I’m not understanding your last request regarding the Court bringing in income that should have been part of the Support but was overlooked.”
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