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The child was born sept 2010 and he has known about it from day 1.
He has signed the birth certificate before leaving the hospital without thinking.
He is not disabled but he is a cheater and is lazy.
I am the one who just found out about all this.
What do I do/
Do I just stay online or you will get back with me later?
does that mean they won't take money from me on my past IRS returns from the last two years or remove money from my bank account because we did have a joint account .
When the parent who is obligated to pay has not yet fallen into arrears, the custodial parent is generally not allowed to forcefully collect on it in that manner. Only after parent does fall into arrears and demonstrates a willful failure or refusal to pay do tax refunds and assets become subject to seizure.
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