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- J.D. (1989) | Law
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- Q. I'm disabled and owed child support. The judge told child support not to pursue the matter any farther.
- A: You'll have to try to work it out with the child support enforcement agency. Give them a copy of whatever order the judge signed regarding your child support. But that might not get them to give you the stimulus money if you had arrears.
- Q. Recently the mother of my child was admited to psychiatric care for 72 hours. Now she is going to a sober living house.
- A: If a father and the mother are not married, and if a court has not granted father parental rights, then the mother has sole legal custody and gets to make all decisions regarding the child, and can even exclude father from all contact with the child. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney to advise you about filing for parental rights. If you do that, she is likely to file for child support.
- Q. Can I fight this?
- A: Yes you can fight it. If they sue you for the money, then you can file an answer to the complaint that they file, and then attend the hearing to offer the lease as your defense. Check with local legal aid, or if your local court has a clinic with volunteers to assist those without an attorney.
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