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if I prepaid money several years ago for child support To who? The custodial parent? Did you mark the checks as "for child support"?
and they owe me money Who is "they"?
but used my evidecei broought to court What evidence?
to use for him Are you saying your evidence was better for "him" than you?and they have garnished disability payments, Whose disability? Yours? And who did the garnishing?
since the are not a governmemt entity what recourse do i havePlease clarify the above so we can see what is going on here.
if I prepaid money several years ago for child support (1) To who? The custodial parent?
(2) Did you mark the checks as "for child support"?
and they owe me money (3) Who is "they"?
but used my evidecei broought to court (4) What evidence?
to use for him (5) Are you saying your evidence was better for "him" than you?and they have garnished disability payments, (6) Whose disability? Yours?
(7) And who did the garnishing?
PLEASE PROVIDE YOUR ANSWERS AS #1-7, WHEN YOU RESPOND. THANKS!
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