Custodial Parent Working Under the Table
Is your child’s custodial parent working under the table? Watch this video to learn how off the books salary affects child support in New York.
How do I collect child support if the other parent gets paid under the table?
When one of the parents is working off the books, it can be hard to calculate an accurate number for child support. The courts are conscious of that, however, and they do have the authority to impute income to the parent who is working off the books. If you’re going to pursue a claim like that, I advise to gather as much information as you can to provide to your attorney. That information could be bank records, the names of clients or business that the other parent works for, and a list of witnesses that your attorney can then contact and determine whether or not they could help you by testifying in your family court case.
Are you or a loved one dealing with a parenting time issue and have questions about the custodial parent working under the table? Contact our experienced Saratoga child custody lawyers at Jean Mahserjian, Esq., PC today to schedule a confidential consultation and case evaluation. Let our experience work for you.
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