It just so happened that they did not really see it and married the wrong person. Previously, morality and upbringing did not allow most of the spouses to disperse and they continued to live under one roof, without raising the issue of dividing the budget and separately allocating money for raising children. As soon as the divorce ceased to be something shameful, the question of the payment of alimony arose sharply. Today, many dads need to send a "dog with the police" to get the alimony paid. It is important to remember that the law in this case is always on the side of the child.
Go to court if you have not presented your husband with child support requirements during the divorce. According to the family code of the Russian Federation, the father must pay a quarter of all income for one child, a third for two children and half if there are three or more children. You cannot collect more than 50% of your income from an ex-spouse.
Get a writ of execution in court with a decision on the recovery of alimony and take it to the bailiff service at your place of residence. You will be asked to draw up an application, attach a copy of your passport and the bank account number to which the alimony should be charged. If the child's father officially works, but does not pay child support, on the basis of a court decision, the required amount will be transferred monthly from his place of work directly to your account.
Demand the payment of child support, even if the child's father is not working. The court should oblige him to pay a quarter of the average salary in the Russian Federation. If he really has nothing to pay, then the debt will accumulate every month.
Hint to your ex-husband that it would be better for him to get a job and pay monthly alimony, otherwise you will deprive him of a significant part of his pension in a few years. The fact is that you, by law, have the right to demand the payment of unpaid alimony from the pension of an aged, but still unaware of his responsibility, dad.
Take away his property. In another way, it is called the seizure of property. There is a certain list of property that you cannot take away by law. Everything else can be legally confiscated through bailiffs and sold, and the money received can be counted as alimony.
Take the alimony owed by square meters of housing. This option may suit you if you are sure that you will not see money from your husband. In this case, make an agreement with your ex-spouse that the part of your apartment that is due to him goes to the child. By law, this is only possible if he has another living space.
Put your ex-spouse on the wanted list if you don't know where he is. The court must make a decision on the recovery of alimony from the child's father, and after that the police will start looking for a malicious defaulter. If the ex-spouse is found, they will be obliged to pay the entire accumulated amount. You can also try to knock out 0.5% of the amount owed through the court as compensation.
Do not fall for gimmicks and statements about the lack of money due to the crisis, job loss, increased expenses, etc. The law will always be on the side of mother and child. You have the right to collect child support from any kind of his earnings. The task of the court is to establish the fact of unofficial income. Any additional increased expenses for the child's father will not be taken into account by the court. The payment of alimony in this case is paramount.