Child support; incarcerated obligor. (HB2190)

Introduced By

Del. Delores McQuinn (D-Richmond)


Passed Committee
Passed House
Passed Senate
Signed by Governor
Became Law


Child support; incarcerated obligor. Provides that a court shall recalculate the child support obligation of an obligor who is incarcerated during the support period, the recalculation being retroactive to the date of incarceration. The bill also provides that prisoners are exempt from various fees and costs that may be collected by the Department of Social Services in enforcing support obligations. The bill further provides that reductions in the child support arrearages owed by prisoners be granted for timely payments of support. Read the Bill »


Bill Has Failed


01/14/2015Presented and ordered printed 15103090D
01/14/2015Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice
01/20/2015Assigned Courts sub: Civil Law
01/23/2015Stricken from docket by Courts of Justice



If you or someone you know was pursued for "child support debt" by a state agency called "DCSE" in Va. That agency used "regular" lawyers to defend their actions in JDR courts. The Va. Law does NOT say the Attorney General has authority to abrogate that duty to "regular" lawyers. § 2.2-507. Legal service in civil matters. The A.G. may appoint " deputy" A.G's or Assistant A.G.'s to use in the Courts' System when matters involving a STATE AGENCY are involved, but not "assistants", nor "special counsel". § 2.2-501. In matters whereby the STATE OF VA jailed hundreds of thousands of people for unverified alleged "debts" under the FEDERAL PROGRAM (Title IV-D) for unpaid "monies owed" to the STATE - when the state never "loaned" any monies to the party in interest, nor their own children via the Rules of the Federal Program, or the state's own laws, these people should now have an opportunity to Clear the Accounts that have been run by McDonnell et al's Bookies off of the Department of Treasurer's own state books for balancing the budget. See: to file your up to $50,000.00 claim for wrongful incarceration, wage garnishment, credit damage, driver's license suspension, commercial license suspensions, tax setoff/intercepts, passport denial, homelessness, denial of social security benefits/food stamps, court costs and fees, judicial kickbacks from local jails owned and operated by incorporated municipalities, loss of Time as a Parent with your child, etc.