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March 20 – to speak on charges of not paying his exorbitant child support bill, Fort Lauderdale police told the Miami Herald.
Other high school pals at the lunch were Kathy Burgess, the former airline attendant, who is now a child support collection officer; Bonnie Klehr, an artist and jewelry designer; and businesswoman Ann Drake.
The ex-couple reached a child support settlement earlier this month.
Fort Lauderdale police tell the Miami Herald that Constantine George Theoharis was due in court later that day - March 20 - to speak on charges of not paying over a half-million dollars in child support.
Lost in the shuffle here is the impact on kids who would suffer if a parent loses TANF benefits under the new rules, or under another proposal that would strip food stamp benefits from parents who are late on child support payments.
Bankruptcies, tax liens, defaulted student loans, or child support payments that are in arrears would be difficult to overcome and would automatically prevent Camden Homes from being able to get them into a home.
The other failed to deliver timely child support payments to about 1,500 parents.
Vincent did not dispute Bonaventura’s claims that staffing was capped, contract amounts were reduced by $15 million and a $45 million upgrade of the state's child support computer system was put off.
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Definition of child support for English Language Learners
: money that a former husband or wife must pay regularly to help raise a child
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