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Runaway22:That's a toughie. You may have to be prepared to get both the biofather and his mom in bigger trouble than just courtordered child support. I'm pretty sure it's illegal to pay an employee under the table, even if it is family. I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure the IRS and all those other fun taxing agencies require all employees be reported and taxed. I'd try to talk to a lawyer FREE consultation, of course, and see what they think.
Ok good to know.
When the judge asked me about his income, I simply told him that he told me the number, but won't provide anything else. I got court-ordered support that I'm waiting to receive. Not sure what state you are in or what the protocol is, but telling them he's refusing to provide proof might help and just estimate his income.