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Thank you for responding, but this doesn't help us. How could we "prove" that our children's needs are not being met. She opted out of CSSA under duress (Ex threatening to drag on the proceedings to bankrupt her and possibly take children away). Once she agreed that he wouldn't have to pay for the children's support he signed that very day after 3 long years of battling (And he was very nasty, tried getting her in trouble with Child Protection Services, tried to get me in trouble by claiming I had molested their daughter, etc. All was found to be unfounded). This guy, the very next day went and bought himself a new truck, refinanced his house and is living the life of Riley while we struggle to make ends meet, and we are sinking deeper and deeper into debt trying to give the children a decent life and feed them and shelter them. What examples do we need to "prove" to the court that this was all a sham and that his high-priced attorneys got him a "get out of paying free" card by bankrupting her in the process?
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