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Old 05-17-2017, 11:26 AM   #11
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I have a child with my ex and is going to start schooling this coming schoolyear. I'm only earning 16k monthly. On the other hand, I also have another child with my present partner and another baby on the way. How many percent of my income shall I give as child support for my first child, given the fact that i have another two to support?
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Old 05-17-2017, 11:33 AM   #12
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By the way, my ex is crazy as hell. She always makes a scndal everytime i'm not able to reply to her txt messages (verbal abusive messages and facebook humiliation, thats why i'm notninterested talking to her anymore). Many times, we settled everything with local officials. And now came to worst that i got mediation letter from attorney's office.
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Old 05-30-2017, 09:15 PM   #13
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I would like to know if my children ages 24 and 28 are still entitled to child support? They both have families of their own already and yet child support is still being deducted from my take home pay up to know. My wife and I have been separated for 22 years now. Is my wife entitled for support too.?
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Old 06-25-2017, 04:38 PM   #14
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I would like to have the copy of your self-guide re child support. Thank you in advance...

sheilamarielampitoc@gmail.com
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Old 06-25-2017, 04:42 PM   #15
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I just came across this thread today. How is it going for you and the child support agreement you are looking to make?

I have been drafting a guide for Child Support because me and my ex-wife had been separated for 4 years now. I have been giving support for my kids (70% of my income), however, we never really drafted any document to prove it. Since reading (and thoroughly studying) the Violence Against Women and their Children Act, I decided to have a proper Child Support Agreement to cover my ass, just in case.

If you’re a parent, it is safe to assume that you would want the best for your child and you wouldn’t hesitate to provide adequate support. However, it’s unfortunate that when it comes to support for the common children (whether legitimate or illegitimate), so many fathers still fail (or worse, simply refuse) to provide adequate support. Whatever the reason is, and regardless of whether or not these reasons are correct, the problem became pervasive, so much so that Congress saw it fit to “criminalize” (only against fathers) the withholding of support in certain instances. Not everyone knows that this is covered under Republic Act No. 9262, otherwise known as the “Anti-Violence Against Women and their Children Act of 2004“.

If you'd like, I could send you the copy of the Child Support Guide I've been working on and see if it would fit your needs.

Sir, I would like to ask for a copy of the Child Support Guide. Thank you in advance..

Can send through email add sheilamarielampitoc@gmail.com

Thank you very much.
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Old 07-28-2017, 11:21 PM   #16
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I just came across this thread today. How is it going for you and the child support agreement you are looking to make?

I have been drafting a guide for Child Support because me and my ex-wife had been separated for 4 years now. I have been giving support for my kids (70% of my income), however, we never really drafted any document to prove it. Since reading (and thoroughly studying) the Violence Against Women and their Children Act, I decided to have a proper Child Support Agreement to cover my ass, just in case.

If you’re a parent, it is safe to assume that you would want the best for your child and you wouldn’t hesitate to provide adequate support. However, it’s unfortunate that when it comes to support for the common children (whether legitimate or illegitimate), so many fathers still fail (or worse, simply refuse) to provide adequate support. Whatever the reason is, and regardless of whether or not these reasons are correct, the problem became pervasive, so much so that Congress saw it fit to “criminalize” (only against fathers) the withholding of support in certain instances. Not everyone knows that this is covered under Republic Act No. 9262, otherwise known as the “Anti-Violence Against Women and their Children Act of 2004“.

If you'd like, I could send you the copy of the Child Support Guide I've been working on and see if it would fit your needs.
Could you send me a copy of this guide you worked on? My email address is jimvinolly@gmail.com
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Old 08-05-2017, 05:56 AM   #17
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is the 20% or 25% of the gross income or of the net?
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Old 11-27-2017, 10:00 PM   #18
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Hi, ^.^/

If your supporting someone with a child support do you have a right to ask for the proof of everything that mommies of the kids is claiming she was paying or spending the money? Do i also have to provide for her even though she already have a boyfriend and i been supporting them for 8 years. And i have no idea if she's actually spending the money to the kids of to her own benifits because she is hign maintenance.


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Old 12-06-2017, 02:08 AM   #19
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Good day.
I been looking for someone who can give information regarding child support. I have an illegitimate recognized child who is in custody of her mother. the child is 4 years old now. we have an agreement about child support, and im giving the child 2000pesos per month but the mother of the child want more. I am employed in the PNP. I am now married and with 1 yr. old child.
I refuse of giving additional money to the mother since i doubt if the money is really spent for the child. The mother of the child has cases of shop lifting.
Can i just give the items he needs rather than money? since now the mother is tapping to my employer for the support., can my employer automatically deduct from my salary for the support?
i am just waiting for the child turn 7 so have the chance to have the child under my custody..
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I just came across this thread today. How is it going for you and the child support agreement you are looking to make?

I have been drafting a guide for Child Support because me and my ex-wife had been separated for 4 years now. I have been giving support for my kids (70% of my income), however, we never really drafted any document to prove it. Since reading (and thoroughly studying) the Violence Against Women and their Children Act, I decided to have a proper Child Support Agreement to cover my ass, just in case.

If you’re a parent, it is safe to assume that you would want the best for your child and you wouldn’t hesitate to provide adequate support. However, it’s unfortunate that when it comes to support for the common children (whether legitimate or illegitimate), so many fathers still fail (or worse, simply refuse) to provide adequate support. Whatever the reason is, and regardless of whether or not these reasons are correct, the problem became pervasive, so much so that Congress saw it fit to “criminalize” (only against fathers) the withholding of support in certain instances. Not everyone knows that this is covered under Republic Act No. 9262, otherwise known as the “Anti-Violence Against Women and their Children Act of 2004“.

If you'd like, I could send you the copy of the Child Support Guide I've been working on and see if it would fit your needs.
Hi i hope u see this. Can you please send the child support guide on my email sdrucelle@gmail.com . Thank you pls pls 🙂
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