Child support garnishments

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Single mother, May 27, 2019.

  1. Single mother

    Single mother New Member

    Can anyone please help me with understanding how garnishment Works at UPS. Child support was court ordered last year it's never been paid so Garnishment was requested 5 months ago
    . Still havent received any payment. Any clue what the hold up is or how long it typically takes?
     
  2. I'm sure that once the retro checks are issued you will get your child support.
     
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  3. Single mother

    Single mother New Member

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    You have to time to read the question, gather a thought, and sadly it was a waste. I'm sure that is typical, though.
     
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  4. Jkloc420

    Jkloc420 Well-Known Member

    Maybe call child support agency
     
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  5. Single mother

    Single mother New Member

    God, at least be funny.
     
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  6. sailfish

    sailfish Duke of Douschebaggery

    Not trying to be. Perhaps just stay with him?
     
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  7. over9five

    over9five Moderator Staff Member

    What is wrong with you people? Deleted a bunch of mean spirited posts.
    She's just trying to get money from a deadbeat...
     
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  8. Turdferguson

    Turdferguson Just a turd

    Does he still work here.
     
  9. I just don't understand how a court ordered child support isn't being taken out of his paycheck.
     
  10. sailfish

    sailfish Duke of Douschebaggery

    We only have a fragment of details. Not enough to draw this conclusion yet.
     
  11. Turdferguson

    Turdferguson Just a turd

    ARTICLE 31. GARNISHMENTS
    In the event of notice to the Employer that a court order has been issued requiring the Employer to withhold a percentage of an employee’s wages to satisfy a garnishment, the Employer may take disci-
    plinary action if the employee fails to satisfy such garnishment or wage assignment within a seventy-two (72) hour period after notice to
    the employee that the Employer is considering disciplinary action.
    However, the Employer may not discharge any employee by reason of the fact that his/her earnings have been subjected to garnishment or
    wage assignment for any one (1) indebtedness. An employee may be suspended by reason of the fact that his/her earnings have been sub-
    jected to garnishment or wage assignment for any one (1) indebtedness, but any such suspension must be for a fixed, stated period of time.
    If the Employer is notified of three (3) garnishments or wage assignments for more than one (1) debt, irrespective of whether satisfied by the employee within a seventy-two (72) hour period, the
    employee may be subjected to discipline. However, the employee may not be discharged upon notice of a third (3rd) garnishment,
    under this provision, unless and until the Employer has actually
    begun withholding the employee’s wages on a second (2nd) debt. If
    the Employer has an established practice of discipline or discharge
    with a fewer number of garnishments or wage assignments, or impending garnishments or wage assignments, and if the employee
    fails to adjust the matter within the seventy-two (72) hour period,
    such past practice shall be applicable, provided it does not result in
    the discharge of an employee prior to the actual withholding of the
    employee’s wages for a second (2nd) debt.
    A garnishment for child support or alimony shall not be considered
    a debt for purposes of discipline.
    The Employer shall comply with federal, state and local law in en-
    forcing the provisions of this Article. Discipline or discharge pursu-
    ant to this Article shall be reasonable and nondiscriminatory
     
  12. Jkloc420

    Jkloc420 Well-Known Member

    if he dont work there, been suspended it won't, child support could have wrong info to
     
  13. Jkloc420

    Jkloc420 Well-Known Member

    there is also ups could be taking out and not paying it out, that's a payroll mistake
     
  14. Jkloc420

    Jkloc420 Well-Known Member

    she needs to call child support
     
  15. They could be in big trouble for doing that.
     
  16. over9five

    over9five Moderator Staff Member

    But there was enough details for the doll comment?
     
  17. sailfish

    sailfish Duke of Douschebaggery

    Funny thing is, any ordered child support will still be based on what he was making at the time, even if he is making half as much now.
     
  18. If he wasn't a driver he probably got a raise by working somewhere else.
     
  19. over9five

    over9five Moderator Staff Member

    Sometimes a post will get deleted because you quoted someone elses post that was deleted. Just an fyi, no idea why yours was deleted.
     
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  20. BigBrown87

    BigBrown87 If it’s brown, it’s going down

    The reason maybe because he quit the job before the garnishment got through to UPS, do you talk to your child's father or are you not on speaking terms? I know a guy that works at jobs for 2 to 3 months and then quits before child support gets taken out. Or you could pick up the phone and call the county that you recieve your benefits from and ask them, that why I pay them taxes so you dont go without.