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How do you stop someone from leaving the country if they owe child support?

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2006-01-17 19:59:26
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You can seek out legal counsel and have them stopped or you can report them to the police. Not paying child support is breaking the law (the court ordered it) and there, men or women that slack off on child support can be jailed for breaking this law. Marcy

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