I understand the but, she caused this when she stated "Before I pay that amount I will quit or get fired. The court order was done in May for iincrease, but she went to prove her point and was fired in Aug. by intentionally disobeyin rules. What about the clause of Voluntary Actions!
If I show trouble from start. The Child support had to use the income tax method 2 years in a row., while she was working is that proof?
The parents can not have custody. The mother is borderline unfit and th father is a offender. To keep the child in the family the boy's parents said they would take her. Parents trouble all the time
You have eased up my headache. ourt in eleven days. Thank you . I am satsfied and believeI can present the ase. Excellent rating.
court in eleven days. I can present case. I think grandaugter has worn out keyboard. lol
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