Kansas did agree to an abatement in child support, so that is not adding up for me.
I started the paperwork here in Michigan, according to the interstate "worker", Kansas is willing to work together with Michigan to change the custody.
Now, when the father came here on Nov 12, he brought law enforcement, and they would not agree to let him take our son. Due to the fact he did not have an "emergency" pick up order. My son was here, and refused to see/talk to his father in front of the police dept. When I spoke to a Kansas attorney, he did tell me that a judge will not just issue a pick up order without hearing both sides. It has been a year, The father willingly changed insurance, never filed a "failure to return" or "denial of parenting time", and didn't argue at the hearing to stop the child support payments.
If I am able to hire a lawyer, do I have a good case? My son is more than willing to testify.
In the meantime, am I able to write the judge a letter, explaining things?? My son says he is willing to write the judge also.