Wednesday, April 2, 2014

In NYS Family Court (child Support) what can be done when fraud of income can be proven?

Q:  My daughter father established a phony self employed business which I can prove doesn't exists. His state requires a licensee for the type of work. He provided tax returns that reflect the business make a small profit after deducting the "business" insurance, vehicle etc expenses. Along with his finical statement during the last hearing. He is below poverty level. I can prove that he has been working for a relative for many years that this was done to avoid support. If successfully proven can legal fees as well as other moneys owed due to the fraud be recouped. I have other grounds for a modification on top of the fraud.

A:  David's Answer:  Yes, but to apply for fees you need to have a lawyer - thus incurring the fees in the first place. As for the cases of same being granted, it depends in part on the level of "proof" you have. Schedule a consult with a Rockland/Westchester Child Support attorney for a full assessment.   -- David Bliven, Westchester Child Support attorney (

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