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How do you stop paying child support when you now have the kids and they want to sign the papers to stop it and they are still getting the money and you have no money for a lawyer and no one will help?

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2011-09-12 22:13:47
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Try going to a legal assistance office Or go to the court house where you were ordered to pay the child support and tell them your situation If it is coming directly out of your check you may want to ask this question to your human resource department Hope this helps

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