- Report: #707461
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Complaint Review: Monroe County Domestic Relations
Monroe County Domestic Relations7th and Monroe Streets, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania United States of America
Monroe County Domestic Relations Living at home and being forced to pay child support Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
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During my brief absence from my home, my husband hit me up for child and spousal support. I was working in NYC at the time and made a decent wage, which in turn, spelled a good income for my husband. I was paying him almost $2100 a month - I was in the middle of a mortgage modification with my bank and neither he nor I were making any mortgage payments at the time (which had been $2300 per month until then) so, with his $1000 monthly income from his part time job, my $2100 support and spousal payments and the $70,000 he had just received from a negligence suit, he was doing rather well for himself. He bought himself a new bedroom set and several cars yet never got around to having the house painted nor new rugs put down like he promised the kids he would do after I left.
I paid the support and, like most people, began my support payments already in arrears. In August 2009, I applied for a support modification and was given a hearing in September 2009. At the hearing, I explained the living situation which caused me to move out, asking my children to move with me. When they decided to stay home, I returned home to live with them. My request to modify the support was denied since the mediator couldn't decide where I was living (although all my mail and my driver's license clearly read my home address).
In October 2009, I again applied for a support modification (since I was still living at home) and my hearing was set for late December. And again I was denied because the mediator...just decided I should keep paying. No real reason was ever given to me.
In February 2010, I lost my job in NYC and began receiving unemployment in March. In April, I applied yet again to modify my support payments and my hearing was set for July. Although my older son was now emancipated and the spousal support ceased, I had to continue to pay support for my younger son - while I was STILL living with him. So, again I was shot down. The reason? I'm STILL not sure. At the end of the hearing, I paid $50 to have my case heard before a judge. The hearing was set for September. I (and my husband) had our say in court and after waiting about four weeks, I got the judge's decision. I not only had to continue to pay support, he increased the amount I had to pay to cover medical insurance and to start paying down the arrears. No reason again was given to me.
And I was living at home the entire time.
Is it me or are these people stupid?? There is not a single person I have spoken to who thinks I should pay this man one thin dime. I've supported him, my two sons, a residence, bills, etc., etc., since my oldest son was 3 at which time my husband decided to be a stay-at-home dad. Enough is enough already. I don't mind supporting my children, but why this man? And why were my modification requests shot down every single time?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/17/2011 06:11 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Monroe-County-Domestic-Relations/Stroudsburg-Pennsylvania-18360/Monroe-County-Domestic-Relations-Living-at-home-and-being-forced-to-pay-child-support-Str-707461. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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