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http://www.wbbm780.com/asp/ViewMoreDetails.asp?ID=34498

Tax Records of Parents Who Don't Pay Child Support May Be Opened

Thursday, February 19, 2004, 12:16 p.m.

(Springfield-AP) -- Prosecutors soon might be able to peek into the tax
records of people they think are lying about their income to avoid
child-support payments.

An Illinois House committee approved a bill today that would let state's
attorneys obtain tax returns from the Illinois Department of Revenue.

The returns would be used to determine a parent's income and whether they
are meeting their child-support obligations.

The bill now goes to the full House.

The committee also rejected legislation to allow support payments to be
withdrawn automatically from a self-employed parent's checking account.

Lawmakers said the bill should spell out whether someone could be forced
to sign up for automatic withdrawal.

(The bills are HB4076, HB4132. On the Net: http://www.legis.state.il.us )


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Dear Socrateaser / Simple Question
« on: Jun 27, 2005, 07:38:09 PM »
1. After going thru a Custody Trial, how much time can be expected for the Judge to render their decision?

2. Is there a time frame that they must follow?

THX

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Dear Socrateaser / Question about living arrangements
« on: Dec 30, 2004, 02:48:13 PM »
Hi Soc,

I just discovered that biomom, living in what the custody evaluator called a "very small" one-bedroom, has had a man move-in.  This man has been around for a short while-- maybe weeks at best (i.e., assumed because she was apparently dating someone before that, and I hadn't heard this man's name until recently).

Four year old daughter reports that she's left alone with this man, that the man sleeps at their home on the couch.  Daughter explains that "his home isn't ready" so he has to stay with them.

At this time, daughter doesn't report any inappropriate behavior from this man.  Not that I've probed on any inappropriate behavior.

Daughter is routinely exposed to men that biomom apparently is dating (i.e., assessed by frequency of comments that daughter relays).

Daughter has private bedroom in my home, where she lives with my wife and I (daughter has known wife since 2001).

1.  If a man has moved into biomom's small one-bedroom apartment, is it relevant to anything if this man isn't a pervert?

2.  If it is relevant, what is best way to demonstrate that the guy is living there?

3.  We have joint/joint.  There is nothing in our orders about providing any info to each other about living arrangements.  Does biomom have any obligation to inform me that this man is living with her?

4.  If I had the guy's license plate, how could I get his identity to check sex offenders website?

5.  If I were your client, would you see this as an opportunity to change the parenting schedule for best interest of child's stability?

Thanks,
DD

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Dear Socrateaser / Help for a friend...
« on: Dec 02, 2004, 10:59:08 PM »
Have someone going this pro se, due to personal information, can they e-mail you privately?

Know your busy and ready to vacation, but would appreciate if you could give a quick read on the situation. Hearing in a few days.

THX!

"Children learn what they live"

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Dear Socrateaser / Enjoy your vacation, you have earned it! (nm)
« on: Nov 04, 2004, 02:44:19 PM »

"Children learn what they live"

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Dear Socrateaser / Evaluation ?
« on: Jan 24, 2004, 10:40:27 AM »

A few months back, I had an Evaluation. It was not in my favor. There were several issues I felt uncomfortable with. Doing the research, I felt things were not done according with the Code Of Ethics.

I filed a complaint. The Investator has contacted me and has found at least two violations with regard to the Evaluation. I was told if I persued the complaint it would hurt my chances for custody. My custody trial is set for next month.

My questions:

1. Will my pursuing the complaint hurt my chances for custody? The evaluation already is against me.

2. Is there a time frame to continue the investigation? State is Illinois.
I'd like to wait until after the trial if it will hurt my chances for custody.

THX in advance

 

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Dear Socrateaser / Evaluation
« on: Jan 11, 2004, 11:54:15 AM »
A few months back, I had an Evaluation. It was not in my favor. There were several issues I felt uncomfortable with. Doing the research, I felt things were not done according with the Code Of Ethics.

I filed a complaint. The Investator has contacted me and has found at least two violations with regard to the Evaluator. I was told if I persued the complaint it would hurt my chances for custody. My custody trial is set for next month.

My questions:

1. Will my pursuing the complaint hurt my chances for custody? The evaluation already is against me.

2. Is there a time frame to continue the investigation? State is Illinois.
I'd like to wait until after the trial if it will hurt my chances for custody.

THX in advance

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Parenting Issues / HELP FIGHT PAS
« on: Dec 27, 2004, 09:54:27 AM »
http://www.petitiononline.com/PAS1716/

"Children learn what they live"

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General Issues / ALL NCP'S, CLASS ACTION LAWSUITS
« on: Jul 14, 2005, 11:09:52 AM »
Greetings:

In a nutshell, EVERY parental rights agenda, whether (A) legal challenges, (B) communication
campaigns to members of legislatures, (C) public rallies, or (D) etc., needs **many** more
interested people to join and support those causes, and as fast as can be humanly done!

Problem = how to find and contact all of those other millions of noncustodial parents?

Solution = use the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) to force the states - themselves - to tell us
the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of every noncustodial parent under a Title IV-D
child support order. Since every divorce/custody/paternity/etc case is, by definition of law, a
matter of public record, that "party information" for all of those other millions of noncustodial
parents is, also therefore, information obtainable under the FOIA - because Title IV-D
information is... **federal** information!

Each FOIA request is filed with the agent in charge of Title IV-D child support for a given
county. This is typically either the actual/named/official county clerk herself/himself, or some
other officially-named person. Once your FOIA is filed, they only have 20 working days to
provide the information, and in 95% of the counties in this country, that information will be
provided in an easy-to-use electronic format -> on floppy disks, cd-rom, or by email.

Even better, in almost every case, federal law requires that the information shall be provided at
**no cost** - all you need is a printer, 2 sheets of paper, and an envelope. However, it is highly
recommended that the FOIA request be sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, so as to
have a formal record of proof of filing the request, and of the date it was filed.

GO HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE "NCP" FOIA REQUEST, AND TO GET MORE INFO:
http://www.indianacrc.org/FOIA.html

Please distribute this information as widely as possible...TODAY... Ideally, there should be one
person per each of the approx 3142 counties in the United States filing their FOIA request with
that particular county, or maybe one person for each 2-3 counties, just to get it going faster.

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General Issues / This will make you think...government expenses
« on: Jul 07, 2005, 04:47:06 PM »
Cost of Government Day Just Passed
by Bill Wilson, Washington, D.C., correspondent

SUMMARY: It takes the average American until July 4 to pay
off the cost of government.

The Founding Fathers rebelled at less than a penny tax on
tea. Now, government consumes 50.4 percent of all personal
income -- and this July 4 marked the date when the average
American worker has earned enough to pay off his or her
share of government expenses.

Broken down, it takes 125 days to pay for all federal,
state and local spending, 60 days to pay for federal and
state regulations.

Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist said
there is good news and bad news in the fact that Americans
are now working more than half the year until they reach
what's been called Cost of Government Day.

"The good news for the total cost of government is that
the regulatory burden is coming down a little bit with
some of the deregulation under President Bush. State and
local government costs are coming down a little bit," he
explained. "The bad news is that federal government
spending continues to grow."

Daniel Clifton, executive director of the American
Shareholders Association, said the government spends more
than it receives.

"So you've worked half the year just to pay off all costs
imposed at all levels of government," he said. "And
without reform of our major federal programs, we're going
to be working into mid-August."

The future, he added, will be bleak in absence of reform.

"We are obviously headed in the wrong direction," he said.
"As the population ages, the growth of the government is
going to continually grow."

The remedy, Norquist explained, is a tax structure that
reduces government growth and stimulates the economy.

"Step one," he said, "is to have pro-growth tax cuts and
pro-growth deregulation so that the economy grows more
rapidly."

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"Children learn what they live"

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