A man from Woodstown was arrested in the most recent sweep of warrants in the Salem County area because he owes more that $90,000 in back child support.
According to police in Salem County, the 37-year-old man was taken to Salem County Correctional Facility for having two outstanding warrants. The two child support warrants total to $90,555.24.
Another local man was arrested and taken into jail for having three outstanding child support warrants that total to $34,791.89.
If you are not receiving the child support that you need in order to care for you kids, this is a very important issue that you need experienced representation to help you through. Contact the Monmouth County child support lawyers of the Law Office of Andrew A. Bestafka, Esq. by calling (732) 898-2378 today.
Former NBA star, Dennis Rodman, is in court for back child support claims after allegedly owing $860,000 to his ex-wife, Michelle.
The sentencing for this case has now been pushed back until May 29 after he was found contempt of court in November 2011 for failure to pay child support because his representation claims that he has made payments. Rodman, 50, has two children with Michelle.
Rodman was ordered in 2010 to pay $50,000 a month for child and spousal support, but this was later knocked down to $4,500 a month. This number was brought down after lawyers for Rodman stated that the total was unrealistic. Rodman also pays child support for another child.
If you or a loved one has not been receiving the child support that he or she deserves, contact the Monmouth child support lawyers of Andrew A. Bestafka, Esq by calling 732-898-2378 today.
Two Penns Grove men were arrested after having outstanding child support warrants that totaled to nearly $12,000.
According to police in Salem County, a 32-year-old man was arrested because his child support payments totaled over $8,000. The other man had payments over $4,000. Both men were released from custody after making reduced payments of $200 each.
If you or a loved one has not been receiving the child support payments that you need in order to help buy essential items for your children. Contact the Monmouth County child support lawyers of the Law Office of Andrew A. Bestafka, Esq, by calling 732-898-2378 today.
Rapper DMX is being accused of owing $1 million in back child support, but the rapper has stated that the woman may be lying and a paternity test has been ordered to make sure that the child is his.
According to court records, the woman and DMX are currently in the middle of a paternity order and the woman claims that DMX now owes her over a million for their 10-year-old child.
Sources have stated that DMX is awaiting the results of a DNA test before he hands over what is allegedly owed. DMX has asked the court if he would be able to go overseas for a concert because it is usually not allowed for someone involved in a paternity case to leave the country.
Child support cases can be very stressful and difficult for a family. If you or a loved one are struggling to receive the child support payments that your child needs, you need representation that is committed to helping fight for justice. Contact the Monmouth child support lawyers of Andrew A. Bestafka, Esq by calling (732) 898-2378.
Former NFL all-star, Warren Sapp, allegedly owes his ex-wife in back child support and alimony payments. His ex-wife filed a motion in order to get the money that is owed to her and their two children, but he filed a motion to get the payments lowered.
According to the court documents, Sapp owes $728,100 to his ex-wife. The couple divorced in 2007 and Sapp was ordered to pay $15,000 a month in child support and $45,000 a month in alimony.
His ex-wife stated that Sapp has been paying random amounts since March 2010, but there has been no payments for the last two months. In October 2011, Sapp filed a motion to have his payments lowered.
If you or loved one has not been receiving the child support that you deserve, contact the Monmouth child support lawyers of the Law Office of Andrew A. Bestafka, Esq by calling (732) 898-2378 today and discussing your legal options.