Idaho Child Support
|March 20, 2012||Posted by Child Support Help under Uncategorized|
Idaho Child Support isn’t something most people think about and for good reason they rarely make any news in the industry and have a pretty good grip on the financial happenings in their support system. But if you’re from Idaho or are familiar with someone who is that pays support you may be interested in how they do things.
The first thing to know about Idaho child support is they appear to be fair in their dealings judging by the fact that there isn’t an extreme amount of non custodial parents in jail or facing stiff punishments. They have a plain system without a lot of bells and whistles when it comes to determining and enforcing payments. There is a 25$ collection fee when you request services from Idaho child support that can not be avoided. Unless of course if you are receiving federal or state aid in which case they will interject themselves into the situation and require the custodial parents full cooperation in enforcing an order on the non custodial parent.
Idaho child support also enforces a license hold or suspension on any license you may have if you fall behind $2,000 or the equivalent of at least 3 months of support. Falling into this category can also put the non custodial parent in a property lien situation where your property can be taken and auctioned off to pay for the debt. As you can see there are very persuasive methods in place to encourage payment. The payments are decided with a belief that both parents are responsible for the welfare of the child or children with the lions share lying with the non custodial as usual.
If the child is in foster care Idaho child support requires that child support payments be made to the state including health care and other occurred expenses. They also cover spousal support in most situations but there are things to be considered so if you’re interested the link to their site at the end of the page should provide you with the stipulations. One interesting thing about Idaho child support is that if you are married and don’t acknowledge the father on the birth certificate they will not register the child’s birth certificate until paternity is established. This may apply to all couples but when doing research the wording specifically said married couples as per the Idaho child support documents.
You can also expect to pay a minimum payment amount of $50 per month per child in the Idaho child support system and that can also go as high as they see fit during the determination process. If you’re interested in more information about Idaho child support check out their website.