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  • The person might have an income that doesn't depend on holding a job, for example, investment income or income from a trust fund. If they don't have any income while incarcerated, the child support obligation does not lapse, it just goes into arrears and the parent will have to pay off the arrears when they get out. The children's material needs don't go into suspended animation just because one of the parents is in jail.
  • The child support isn't paid (usually) but continues to accrue while the person is incarcerated with interest and penalties. Then after the person has served his time he'll be re-arrested and sent to jail for "contempt" for six months. During the six months the child support will continue to accrue while the person is incarcerated with interest and penalties. Then after the person has served his time he'll be re-rearrested and sent to jail for "contempt" for six months. During the six months the child support will continue to accrue while the person is incarcerated with interest and penalties. Then after the person has served his time he'll be re-arrested and sent to jail for "contempt" for six months. REPEAT FOREVER Oh and as a bonus the money won't go to mom (hushed reverence) FOR THE CHILDREN!!! It will go to the government with a healthy cut reserved for child support collection companies who have a private-public partnerships with the police and their own arrest powers (fascism anyone?). This is to the pay off the welfare costs you thought your outrageous taxes paid for but didn't as this money was spent to kill foreigners and prop up the banks.
  • prisoners do have rights. if they are going to be incarcerated for an extended period of time they could file for a modification based on the fact that they are presently unemployed. my ex was incarcerated when he was brought in front of the judge to pay child support and was ordered to pay "0" because he was incarcerated.

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