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  1. #1
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    Wi Sctf???

    Does anyone know anything about WI SCTF it's a child support agency in WI it collects and then disburses into a trust fund?? My husbands' paychecks have been getting garnished for this child support for about 5-6 years and the numbers for back pay never seem to go down ....i've told him repeatly that he should check into it but he doesn't listen they take $222.00 biwkly doesn't that seem a little too much
    Wisconsin Support Collections Trust Fund
    and being that their some sort of collection agency i assume they are on his CR.... he's always getting denied credit..and haves no other credit....so i don't know if he's getting denied credit because he has none or if he has negative cr? I TOLD HIM TO GET HIS CREDIT REPORTS..........................


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    I have never heard of them. Is it possible that he doesn't want you to know how far behind he got in his support payments?

    $222 bi-weekly for how many children? I have co-workers paying that for 1. It all depends on his and her income when the child support was assigned. I am owed $45K in child support from my 2 exs. The first was hit with a $22K judgement and all they can get out of him is $75 bi-weekly. He will die still owing me! The other was making $8/hr when support was established at $394 for 4 kids! He now makes 4 times that but is never in one location long enough for me to do anything.

    All I know is that as a single mom, I have to have a larger place than my ex. I have to have furniture for them, clothes, medical, dental, food (teenagers!!! Arrrgh!!!), the larger utility bills, haircuts, birthday celebrations, christmas, school supplies, activities (soccer, modeling classes, voice lessons, etc), higher CAR INSURANCE!!!

    Trust me....$222 bi-weekly doesn't even put a dent in what it actually costs to raise a child!
    Back to the drawing board! :(
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    well there's more to it then that.........my husband and he's gf were together and had their son....after about 2 years they weren't getting along he moved back to the los angeles area after getting laid off and she stayed in northern calif...with her mom...he visited everyother week and one weekend when he went to visit they were both gone....he asked her mom and she refused to tell him after a few months later he gets child support notice from WI turns out she moved out there to live with her cousin who was going to help her start her own business he finally got her home number told her that he would pay child support but wanted visitation rights she refused she went ahead and collected welfare and the welfare dept went after him.....she's married her and her husband own there own business and have three other kids and this has been going on for 5 years...so are situations are completely different he talks to his son he's older now he wants to fly to calif....his mom refuses he hasn't seen him in 4 years...............oh but wait she still has family out here....but failed to mention to him that's she's been out here several times each year...his son told him

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    I understand that there must be some serious animosity.

    However, the courts separate the issues of child support vs visitation. The failure of one does not justify the failure of the other.

    If your husband wants to see his son, he must take his ex-girlfriend to court and get visitation rights established. He can have her held in contempt of court if she fails to honor the court order.

    Regardless of how either of you feel about *her*, your husband chose his behavior that produced his son. He also chose to be unmarried at the time. That gave her the legal right to leave with the child.

    Her having a new family does not absolve him of his financial responsibility. *His* child still must be raised and supported.

    I have had my 5 children with me for nearly 24/7/365 for the past 18 years! They chose to walk away. They chose to fail to show up for visitation. They failed to pay their support. The first ex "resurfaced" when my oldest was 12 yrs old. He wanted *her* to be able to know her new *brother*. He wanted me to do what "was right" for her. His wife wanted me to "put the past behind" and allow this. I said "Hey, no problem! We both want to do right by her, don't we?!" He concurred. I responded, "Great, so when do I expect the first application to the $22K in arrears you owe?" I never heard from him again.
    The second would pay when he felt like it. He saw the children 2 times in the past decade....until a few weeks ago. By SHEER COINCIDENCE (!) his new (temporary) job has him refurbishing the USS JFK in Jacksonville, FL and my new job relocated me here!
    I could be a witch and point out what a deadbeat jerk he is for abandoning his children financially and emotionally, but I have allowed him to see his children. To them, he is a bit of a stranger. Most of the kids cannot remember a time when he was in our lives!
    How would YOU have felt if YOU were in her position? Unhappy with him, a 2 yr old child and needing to do something with the rest of your life? Was he paying her child support then?
    Situations change and people change. Your husband is an adult here and needs to take the higher ground. Bitterness will not resolve anything. The money he is paying is not to *her* for *her*! It is for his *SON*! More than likely, the $200+ he pays bi-weekly doesn't even cover the cost of his daycare.
    I am not saying it is easy to take the high ground. I am saying both he and his son will be better for it.

    WRT the C/S Collection on his bureau..... 2 things:
    (1) He has the right to have the balance accurately reflected.
    (2) It is subject to the same FCRA, FDCPA as any other listing and can be disputed as such.

    I will point out one thing that is unrelated in a sense.... I have met someone who pays enormous amounts of $$ to his ex and kids. He has yet to repair his credit from the damage *she* caused. He views it as a form of penance for having a failed marriage. Your spouses failure to desire to address this may have a psychological component that you and he may wish to discuss. Just a thought.
    Back to the drawing board! :(
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    are situations are completely different........my husband and his ex talk they get along he's been paying child support since his sone was born he's not a deadbeat.....my orgianl post was only asking....basically why the amount numbers weren't lowering showing that it's been paid.........and that he has negative marks on his cr how the is that possible when he's been at the same company working for the last 5 years....and having paychecks garnished we have a son together.....i think living cost should be considered WI is way cheaper then CA just for a dumpy 2 bed apt is easily 900 dollars.........why should my son have to suffer when she's getting child support making 120k yearly from her business and were barely getting by.......you seem very angry in your posts but remember you also chose to have 5 children and she works for home so they dont pay childcare my husband also pays his medical dental