Pam Lowry (Child Support Enforcement), Diane Potts (State’s Atty) THE APPERANCE OF TITLE-IV FUNDING SCAM
July 30, 2013 § 1 Comment
For those who correctly believe that Pam Lowry (Child Support Enforcement), Diane Potts (State’s Atty) and their band of non-custodial parent haters ?The appearance (They do not give a damn about the parents or the kids, it’s about the money for the State),That they steak from the FED through TITLE -IV FUNDS. So here is an email from the (Illinois scumbag bullshit assocation) ListServ:
I just picked up an interesting case and have not started the research yet. Facts are not really at issue but the legal impact of the facts is at issue.
Couple appears before judge, each is pro se, in regard to child support based on cutodial parent’s petition. She represents to court that non-custodial parent has trouble paying her and does not want to pay SDU. She suggests that non-custodial make payments of certain bills in lieu of child support. She presents list of bills and amounts to judge. Judge reviews list and issues with no-custodial parent and he agrees. Payments are enumerated with attached list and non-custodial is ordered to pay them in the amount of $905 which is with $10 of the statutory percentage of child support. Order is hand written by the judge and then signed by him, filed with the Clerk and each party gets a copy.
IDFHS now intervenes and has taken the position that whatever the order for $905 was, it was not an order for child support. So they are claiming back support and accrued interest during the time that order was in effect – about three years. Then the children changed custody and went to live with father.
I know that payments made not pursuant to an order can be deemed gifts. But this doesnt seem to be that situation – especially if the Order was drafted by the judge. Any thoughts?
intervened at whose bequest? application of the mother? to reimburse the state for public aid payments made to mother? they are not a party to the proceedings without a basis for coming in to protect either ihfs or on the mother’s application