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1. Can you please provide more background facts so we may better assist you?
2. What is "s/n" mean?
1. My question is can his s/n be filed with I R S.
This is an option for state child support agencies to submit (certify), through OCSE to the Department of Treasury, the names, Social Security numbers, and amounts of past-due child support of people who are delinquent in their payments. I did not find anything that says this is a direct option for alimony payments; but a court order that you obtain independently may provide for that option.
2. How do you going after back alimony?
Usually, you file what is known as a show cause motion and the court issues a court order asking the husband to appear before it and explain why the support order was violated and why he should not be fined or given jail time under contempt of court.
Here is the law that applies.