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  • WA State Interest Awarded but not actually computed Washington

    Okay - Technical question here, I (finally) had my day in court, asked for interest on back support due (there is no current support, we adopted the kids, ex owed 19K) unpaid medical bills, a judgment on a secret bank account that he hid and now owes 1,200 on, and various attorney's fees of 5K, all with interest computed at 12% per anum.
    Well, we won the judgment for back support, plus interest, and the attorney fees plus interest, but not the other two issues.

    Here is the issue - even though I have a judgment for the 12% per anum, the DCS computers can't actually figure out how to compute that. Soooo, they added the 8K in back interest to the amount owed, but they won't/can't add the additional 12% per year, as stated in the court order.

    Who do I talk to about this? Apparently (as it was explained to me) I would have to go to court every year, pay an attorney 1,500 dollars, so that I can get a new judgment with the new interest amount, so they can tack that onto the child support owed. I already went to court, I already won the amount, and I certainly can't afford to re-do this every year until he pays all the back support. Any ideas?
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