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What can you do if you cannot afford an attorney and the custodial parent will not let you see the children because you owe back child support?

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2005-04-24 05:21:22
2005-04-24 05:21:22

If a father is able and available to care for his own son due to the fact that he is a seasonal worker, can the mother petitioned the courts for the father to continue paying child support, does daycare supersede the bonding between a father and a son? She legally cannot keep you from your children. But they do it all the time. Contact the courts and apply for a legal aid which will represent you for free. But first contact your human services where you pay your child support. They can't really do much, but sometimes a call to the mother from them explaining that she is in contempt of court will scare her RIGHT. Trust me , it happened with my husband and his ex because I would't provide their daughter with my insurance. Child support and visitation are two different things.

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