Where can she go that someone will take the time to see what has happened to her, she can't afford and attorney and can only work part time and try to pay child support. How can they overlook what injustice has been done here. She was praying that the court would see through what he had done. I guess you are to far away to help. Do you know anyone in San Diego county who would come along someone like this?
First, she can go to the local legal aid office. They represent low income, indigent folks on issues such as child supportHere is the contact number1 877 534 2524And you can use the link below to read more about their serviceshttp://www.lassd.org/I suggest that they will have her evaluated for bipolar and her earning capacity and then file for a Modification of the child support based on the results.I hope that this information is helpful. If you need further information, please just send me a reply asking for clarification. After that, I hope you will enter a positive rating so that I will be credited for assisting you. Thanks again for using this service. Your business is appreciated.
Sorry but she has already done that and because of the erroneous things he told the court, they made the decision based on that and she could not have proper representation. So sorry for your time. Thanks.
Then I suggest she can try to file the Modification on her ownShe can get her doctor's reports on the bipolar and then get the Modification forms from the clerk of the court and file it on her own, without a local attorney.
I guess I was looking for hope beyond hope, for and injustice that has been done. Sorry for your trouble.
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