I have been trying to, for over a year to negotiate a settlement.
They say no and continue to add a month and every once in a while the hit me with a (Statement of fiances) charge of 200. 2/7/2017 PM # My husband is in the same boat(lost his job in the oil and gas massacre) and just lost his licence, registration and now has a writ against his few assets.
Could one of our show producers call you for your side of this story? My story is long and complicated, like pretty much every single other divorce story out there.
It's filled with two villains and two heroes (both the same people, by the way) and is virtually impossible to fit into a ten minute description.
I am a divorced father of two and pay child support monthly.
Parents who do not pay their allotted child support anger me, because they make my dealings with the Maintenance Enforcement Program much more difficult.
On Friday, November 20, 2009 the Executive Director of the Alberta Maintenance Enforcement Program, Manuel da Costa, was interviewed on the Calgary Eyeopener.
The interview was preceded by an unfortunate woman who was having difficulty collecting child support from the father of her child.
The majority try to be helpful and cooperative, but I have been treated unfairly and discourteously when I felt I most needed help.
She had lost her apartment and had to move back with her parents.
The father was, in her story, doing drugs and avoiding his role as parent to the child.
My encounter with MEP runs just about as long as my separation and is every bit as complicated. This isn't about paying Child Support, this isn't about my divorce, this is about the horribly shoddy treatment meted out by the Alberta Maintenance Enforcement Program - to both parents.
After trying to explain as much as possible, the producer asked if I would consider writing a commentary in response to Mr. They've done a terrible job as an organization, reform is warranted and long-past due.His ex has no children to support and is working and making money.