A Simferopol resident owes his daughter more than half a million rubles. Bailiffs intervened
A Simferopol resident has accumulated a child support debt to his minor daughter totaling 586 thousand rubles.
Citizen R., the child’s mother, wanting to obtain the payments required by law for her daughter, filed a lawsuit against citizen R. — according to the court decision, the child’s father was obliged to repay the debt to his daughter in full. The debtor was in no hurry to comply with the court decision to pay alimony for his daughter, and therefore, soon the officers of the bailiff department for the Simferopol district of the city of Simferopol of the Main Directorate of the Federal Bailiff Service of the Russian Federation for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol initiated enforcement proceedings against him. Citizen R., this time again, considered that the legal demands of the enforcement officers did not concern him at all and continued to evade transferring child support payments to his child— noted in the press service GUFSSP of Russia for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.
Soon, to the total debt of citizen R., an enforcement fee was added for a total amount of 14 thousand rubles, issued against him by employees of the bailiff department for the Simferopol district of Simferopol of the Main Directorate of the Federal Bailiff Service of Russia for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol. However, the debtor did not intend to make adjustments to his behavior. In order to encourage citizen R. to fulfill his debt obligations to his daughter, the bailiffs temporarily restricted his right to travel outside Russia, and also called the debtor for a preventive conversation at the department, where they warned him about the consequences for refusing to pay alimony: in particular, about further involvement to administrative liability under Part 1 of Art. 5.35.1 Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation. During the conversation, citizen R. not only repented and within a week found the necessary amount, paying off the alimony debt, taking into account the enforcement fee, in full, transferring the funds to the department’s deposit account, but also reported that he did not provide information to the employees of the enforcement authorities fulfillment about your new workplace. In this connection, a copy of the writ of execution was sent to the employer for further withholding of alimony from citizen R. in favor of his minor daughter.
The GUFSSP of Russia for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol calls on citizens to promptly transfer alimony for the maintenance of their children!