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Delinquent child support obligors tax return offset by child support arrearages.

Topic: Child Support, Decided by Judge Brown 
Docket Number: 1341551 , Decision Date: 2013-10-02 
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Although two children were no longer subject to the original order, any modifications must be made by the superior court that issued the original child support order.

To avoid license suspension Petitioner must make child support payments and participate in Fatherhood Program.

Topic: Child Support, Decided by Judge Walker 
Docket Number: 1407413 , Decision Date: 2013-09-25 
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Child Support Services (CSS) may suspend Petitioner’s license unless he (1) makes two immediate payments toward his child support arrears, (2) continues to make timely child support and arrears payments in the future, and (3) participates in the Fatherhood Program, a state-run child support education [..] Read More..

Delinquent child support obligor may retain license if he makes immediate payment on arrears and timely payments thereafter.

Topic: Child Support, Decided by Judge Walker 
Docket Number: 1406401 , Decision Date: 2013-09-17 
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Petitioner may retain his license if he makes an immediate payment toward his arrears and makes timely payments thereafter.

Delinquent child support obligor’s license suspended for failure to adhere to the terms of a prior order.

Topic: Child Support, Decided by Judge Walker 
Docket Number: 1404915 , Decision Date: 2013-10-09 
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Petitioner’s license was suspended after he failed to adhere to the terms of a February 2013 order that allowed him to keep his license if he made two purge payments of $500 each toward his arrears and continued to make timely payments.

Father delinquent on child support payments avoids license suspension by making period arrears payments.

Topic: Child Support, Decided by Judge Walker 
Docket Number: 1406401 , Decision Date: 2013-09-17 
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In order to avoid the suspension of his license, a delinquent child support obligor was required to make three separate arrears payments of $1000.00 each, as well as continue to make timely monthly child support and arrears payments.

License suspension reversed in light of financial inability to pay child support.

Topic: Child Support, Decided by Judge Kennedy 
Docket Number: 1343995 , Decision Date: 2013-08-06 
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The action to revoke Petitioner’s license for child support arrears was reversed in consideration of Petitioner’s decline in income and history of timely payments.

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