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But, no one seems to want to persue this matter. I was told Child support enforcement won't
It was attorney fees he areed to pay for arrear on supprt and medical
Here's biggest prob... He more than likely won't show I already have a warrant for his arrest out, for contempt. He's employed by the Federal Gov't.
I was told they can only assist in support matters. But, I have thought about bring that paper along with the unpaid medical and trying to get them to understand. To me it's not chump change.$5981 legal,4061 arrears, 1000 med. If they can't can I ask for judge to see?
Yes I know this. It also will help knowing original family court judge won't be on the bench. He's currently not allowed on the bench there. He's part of the reason why this has been such a mess
YES 10 years of my ex not complying
Gainfully by the fed gov't
I'll just bring everthing with and hope for the best.
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