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November 2012 Archives

FBI nabs ex-NY doctor with massive divorce, support debt

Non-custodial parents who neglect to pay support for their children usually face wage garnishment or some other form of support recovery. Sometimes the offense is so egregious and the amount of delinquent support is so high that authorities must arrest the parent. However the situation gets worse if that parent chooses to flee the country.

New York dad heads to jail for refusing to pay support -- again

An upstate New York man who refused to comply with court orders will spend up to three years in state prison. The Glens Falls-area father owes $63,000 in past-due child support, a bill that will not disappear no matter how long the 37-year-old remains imprisoned.

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