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not wanting to pay child support is not the only reason, he's sent money through the courts to support his kids and none of which has really been accounted for thats why he cant afford the child support, and thats another thing i dont understand is he wasnt even aware of being put on child support until his ex wife contacted him 1 month ago and told him of this and said she just wants him to suffer so how could he be so far in the rearages that their taking over 50 percent of his wages

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[HIGHLIGHT=#ffffff]If a parent in new jersey gives up their legal custody to their child can a court still order to garnish his/her wages for child support.

My fiance hasn't seen his kids in 7 years (not by choice) yet his ex wife is still sucking child support from him, even though she said she don't want the money, she just prefers him to suffer.

We have a child to be born next month and are about to be homeless because new jersey is taking over 50 percent of his wages.....Can he give up his part of custody and his wages will not be garnished anymore? (not sure how it works in new jersey, you can do that in the state we live in now)   [/HIGHLIGHT]
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New Jersey State Forum / Child Support and custody
« on: Oct 13, 2009, 07:41:46 AM »
If a parent in new jersey gives up their legal custody to their child can a court still order to garnish his/her wages for child support. My fiance hasn't seen his kids in 7 years (not by choice) yet his ex wife is still sucking child support from him, even though she said she don't want the money, she just prefers him to suffer. we have a child to be born next month and are about to be homeless because new jersey is taking over 50 percent of his wages.....Can he give up his part of custody and his wages will not be garnished anymore? (not sure how it works in new jersey, you can do that in the state we live in now)

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