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- by dlsgap
- Mon Jul 08, 2013 7:28 am
- Forum: Instructors' Corner
- Topic: Child support arrears
- Replies: 26
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I know this is an old thread, but I came across it in a Google search for information. I'm supposed to be taking my chl class this coming weekend and I have a situation which may make me ineligible to receive my license. I changed jobs towards the end of last year and even though i provided my company with all of my child support information, they neglected from deducting it from payroll for about 3 months. I spoke with my ex regarding the matter and she wouldn't take a check from me in the mean time while waiting for the payroll deductions to start, just said it was OK and she'd wait for the company to get on the ball. well I don't think either of us thought it would take as long as it did, and as a result, i'm now in arrears for that 3 month period. I've been paying regularly since and hadn't thought twice about it.
As for how someone could afford to take the chl course while in arrears... well i believe my situation is unique regarding the arrears... and my girlfriend at the time(fiance' now) got the course for us both on a Groupon deal last winter as part of my Christmas gift.
SO, given my situation, Should i even bother taking the class?