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Salem man arrested for outstanding child support warrants

A man from Salem, New Jersey, was recently arrested after it was discovered that he had two outstanding child support warrants due to owing over $15,000 in back child support.

According to the Star-Ledger, the 43-year-old man owes $15,863.60 in child support. Upon arrest, it was also found that he has two outstanding warrants from Penns Grove Municipal Court, a warrant in Pennsville Municipal Court, and another in Mid-Salem County Joint Municipal Court. He is being held in Salem County at this time.

If you or a loved one has not been paid the child support that you are owed, contact the Monmouth County child support attorneys of the Law Office of Andrew A. Bestafka, Esq., by calling 732-898-2378. We can discuss your legal options today.



Knoxville man owes child support for 30 children

A man from Knoxville has recently gone to court in order to ask for help because he has been unable to make child support payments for his 30 children.

The man works for minimum wage in Tennessee and now has 30 children by 11 different women. He has asked the court to change his child support payments because he has trouble paying his bills.

The state of Tennessee only allows for half of  a paycheck to be garnished for child support payments, which means that some of the mothers receive less then $1.50 a month. The man was last in court in 2009 when he had 21 children. He was struggling with child support then and told officials that he was not going to have anymore children.