Statistics in recent years show thatthe amount of alimony dodgers in Russia increased considerably. According to the Federal Service of Court Bailiffs, only 20 out of 100 people are fulfilling their obligation to pay child support for their children.
In this regard, the Government of the Russian Federation provides for a series of penalties.
Failure to pay child support, according to the Family Code of the Russian Federation, faces constant visits from bailiffs to your former "second half" of your place of residence.
Bailiffs will not leave you alone and at work. They will constantly call a desktop phone and the personal.
If you want to relax, for example, in Egypt,the airport will be waiting for trouble: you are not allowed out of the country to repay the debt. Today, airports are equipped with payment terminals where you can pay the debt, but remember that the payment process takes a long time (as long as you fill out the required fields, the transfer of funds). A plane would leave without you.
For the systematic non-payment of alimony threatens accrued interest. The penalty is imposed for each day of delay amounting to 0.5% of the amount of child support set.
Since 2014 it is expected to make changes in the legislation of the Russian Federation to increase the penalty from 500 to 1000 rubles.
The Russian government also plans to add Codeof Administrative Offences arrest from 1 to 5 days, or correctional labor for a term of 6 months to a year. A Daddy (it happens that mom), suffering from drug addiction, substance abuse, alcoholism, will be forced to be treated in special institutions.
If you have a large debt, be prepared for the fact that your property can be seized.
At present, it addressed the issue of a new method of impact on the debtor - the deprivation of a driver's license.
We also consider the question of increasing age, before the child which the debtor will have to pay alimony.
In accordance with Article 157 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation citizens evade maintenance payments may be prosecuted.
In this case, a deviation should be understood:
- Failure to pay child support for more than four months,
- The refusal of employment at the center of employment,
- Deliberate concealment of real earnings.
The onset of criminal responsibility does not absolve the debtor's obligation to pay alimony.
With regard to the defaulter the following measures shall apply:
- Correctional work for up to 180 hours
- Forced labor for a period up to one year,
- Arrest for up to 3 months.
The new bill, which is on theconsideration of the Russian Government, is expected to toughen criminal penalties for failure to pay child support. MPs propose to extend the life of forced labor and detention.