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Posted in Child Support on 15th January 2011

I filed a petition to modify my child support due to being unemployed but the judge denied it, what can I do?
I filed a petition in Illinois to modify my child support due to being unemployed and my unemployment benefits have run out. The judge denied my request saying to me “How do I know you didn’t get fired on purpose to evade your child support” I have never been late with a payment until all my benifits expired. What can I do and what are my rights?

Best answer(s):

Answer by Raymond L
You may be unemployed now, but as soon as you are employed again, you will owe back child support. Best to stay working, so you don’t fall behind.

Answer by Nina
Well, you could appeal.

But I would actually rather see you get a job…

Answer by jdc6733
Work for cash and disappear. This is the only logical thing to do. They will haunt you for ever if you dont.

Answer by Anon
Once youre in that system, trust me, you dont have rights. None. Nothing. You have as many rights as those people in Guatanamo Bay. I’m serious.

The court system will drag you down to feeling suicidal. There is no way out. They will haunt you to death. You will be arrested, lose your license, and any job you get will leave you working for free until you pay off your arrears. The only person that can help you is your childs mother, if she is on welfare then you’re really f******d.

Answer by Jessica
Get a job and pay the child support.

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