The request for the monthly support was mailed to two of the counties in July after he took the job at UT. The case worker in Madison county is bias in the mothers favor and discarded the request, stating that we needed to of called and requested the forms from her first and she would of opened a request at that time and since proceedures were not followed we would have to request it thru her at this time. However the Tipton case worker excepted the request and that case is being re-evaluated and she stopped the drivers license from being suppended. I have requested the case workers supervisor in Madison tro return my call and yet here I wait. In the meantime a warrent is being put out and his drivers license is in jepardy. How could I have the case worker transfer the case to Knox county as ordered by the judge now that she has started the re-evaluation.
If the judge ordered that the case be transferred why wasn't it transferred? Are you trying to represent your husband in all of this and expecting to get return phone calls from the caseworkers?
Yes, my husband mailed an notorized release form so the case workers can work with me. All three have received and have been working with me because he is unable to talk on the phone during their business hours. The case worker stopped the transfer to Knox by starting the re-evaluation of child support. I've called the judges office and they are the ones who advised me to file a complaint on the case worker and work with her supervisor, however she has yet to return my call. Do you know of a contact at the central child support office in Nashville who might be able to assist me. Also the two mothers (Knox and Madison counties) are working together and ultimately trying to have him arrested and sign over his parental rights if he wants all this to stop. The judge and case worker in Knox are aware of this and have provided him an attorney (who happens to be friends with the mothers attorney and has not done anything requested of him). On that matter can I request a new court appointed attorney without upsetting anyone?
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