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Thank you for your quick response.
My income tax is enough to cover child support and she is suppose to be paying child but it hasn't started yet. Another problem i am having is that i am still being held liable to pay for my son
Yes I have gone several Times to the probation department to prove he is with me but till I take her to court I am still responsible
Until May 3rd I don't even know myself. . Very confused
Ok. So you think it's to late to let a judge know about what she has put us through
Ok I won't be able to fill out the paper work today
Hello, I was able to go to probation today and they told me my son is still my responsibility on child-support till I file motion. My license is suspended because of child support but I was able to get a notarized letter from probation all I have to do is restore it. Income tax not in yet so there is still arrears and I dont have the money to pay for it is there a chance that I am getting arrested? If so, what will be of my son?
No, I do not think you will go to jail here. You may be asked to sign a promise to pay with the court and that's okay. You need to take your income tax return to court with you when you go to show that the money will be forthcoming just as soon as you get it. With regard to the motion you need to file in order to modify support, please let me know when you're looking to attempt that and I will answer any questions you may have about it. I don't want you to worry here, David. Everything will work out. It sounds a lot scarier than it is.
Thank you for your help, on friday we went to court but did not see a judge. I was waiting on income tax money to hire myself a lawyer but it all went to child support. so I decided to just go and defend myself. I need to write a remotion to appeal this fridays verdict. Also I wanted to ask you. I wanted to write her a letter regarding visitation do you think I should start writing her letter through the mail instead of text? I dont know what to do anymore. I really want to have normal visitations with my kids what steps do you recomend I take?
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