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I hope someone can give you some answers or direct you to someplace that can give you some answers. I know here in ND the most that can be taken of a pay check is half after taxes no matter how far behind in support.
They will most likely take into account that he is living with you and therefore isn't paying rent, utilities etc. He could ask the DA for a modification until he gets back on his feet. Plus if he can't afford insurance and his work doesn't provide it, that might be considered undue hardship. HE should try and file for medical insurance for himself, through the welfare office and see what happens. AND food stamps too. What's the worst that could happen.
What's the worst that could happen.
LOL! That's exactly the question we ask (in our family) when we are problem solving. If you can think of the worst case scenario and have a solution for that, then everything else is something better.
So, with that in mind, our middle daughter was living in NYC with 2 other roommates. One of the roommates was having boyfriend problems and generally dissolving into a puddle of good. Our daughter, being the kind-hearted person that she is, tried to help the roommate problem solve. She asked the roommate precisely that question: "what would be the worst that could happen?" ...... thinking in terms of the boyfriend because that was the problem yes?
Well the roommate got this deer-in-headlights look and came up with this answer: "Nuclear war with China?". <thunk head on wall>
Yes, you are correct, that WOULD be the worst case scenario but let's think **in terms of your relationship** rather than world-wide. Sigh.
I don't remember if a resolution was ever found.