California parents who are currently dealing with child support issues regarding their children may be interested in a recent case in another state. The situation involves a man who apparently abandoned his wife and children some 25 years ago. The law reportedly caught up with him, and the court has since ordered him to pay $2 million in child support payments, including interest.
The man was assumed to have died more than two decades ago. The relative of a deceased man in another state, however, was doing some family heritage research when a peculiar discovery was made. The relative says there was evidence to suggest that the deceased relative's identity had been stolen. Information on his birth certificate and driver's license had been requested by someone after he had died.