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Messages - Raisin_3

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Father's Issues / Do you also claim the EIC?
« on: Feb 01, 2006, 06:12:23 PM »
BM in our case claimed it on her d (with a different father) one year and then claimed it on my then ds (was my step son then) and we claimed it and she had gotten caught the year before when her other ex claimed it and the IRS went after her for that money.  Had she tried it again I would have reported her, especially b/c in writing she asked us to fraud the IRS and let her have the EIC and she would let us have her deduction every other year.  We told her NO WAY.  Luckily it caught up with her anyway.  If you can claim the EIC so she gets caught then you can turn her in but just know the IRS is going to go by what your court papers say the custody arrangement is unless you can provide other proof- so even reporting her may do no good if the CO states she is CP and the child resides with her.

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Father's Issues / RE: This is such a pain in the
« on: Oct 03, 2004, 09:49:05 AM »
What exactly does your CO say about the medical bills?

If it states he needs to contact you within 30 days of taking child to the dr. and he is not then you need to send a certified letter to him with a copy of your CO w/ that info highlighted and inform him that you will not pay for medical bills unless he follows the CO so you are informed.

Is the child covered on anyones insurance?

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Father's Issues / Yes and No
« on: Oct 03, 2004, 09:45:20 AM »
You can record yourself and your ex since you(the one party) know you are being recorded.  If you record your son and ex it is illegal and cant be used.  I think if you admitted to doing that w/out your ex or sons knowledge you could be charged w/ something.

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Father's Issues / So, when is counseling?
« on: Oct 01, 2004, 04:02:28 PM »
What has your ex said about switching custody?  Have you even started that process or were you just here to get attention?

How is it you have time to sit and call people names and argue w/ them but not to play a game with your daughter?

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Father's Issues / I can GUARANTEE you
« on: Sep 30, 2004, 05:13:11 PM »
That if you came to this site and stated you were a worthless father that did not want to take any time to spend with his daughter and were marrying a woman who did not want your daughter living with her you would not have received the same advice and useful info.  Im sure you left off all the important facts.

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Father's Issues / I can GUARANTEE you
« on: Sep 30, 2004, 05:13:11 PM »
That if you came to this site and stated you were a worthless father that did not want to take any time to spend with his daughter and were marrying a woman who did not want your daughter living with her you would not have received the same advice and useful info.  Im sure you left off all the important facts.

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Father's Issues / Whether they know it or not-
« on: Sep 25, 2004, 12:55:13 PM »
It is in their best interest to see you.  If you are willing to work around their schedules the mother has no reason to go to court to change visitation.  It sounds like another poster stated that she is settled and jealous the oldest chose you.  Stay involved and dont give up.  You may end up with more time w/ the kids if you go to court and ask for all their school breaks.  The time w/ you would be longer and better quality.  Dont think it isn't worth it.  Someday you will look back and be glad you stayed in their lives.

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Father's Issues / It takes all
« on: Sep 25, 2004, 06:30:12 AM »
Of a few hours to write something up and sign it.  If your ex is not willing to let you see your d when you are willing to hand over custody then your d probably should not go with her to begin with.  Do you realize how happy this would make most NCP?  Most would take it that minute.

*Would you, raisin, hand your child over to your ex without something signed & sealed assuring you of your rights?*

No, but I wouldn't keep delaying it either.  Since you havent even talked to your ex you dont know how she will react and you are expecting the worse from her.  You have admitted she is a good mom so why wouldn't she do right by her d?

Counseling is a good idea.  I think it will really help you.

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Father's Issues / Thats because you dont want to see the truth-
« on: Sep 24, 2004, 05:30:57 PM »
But that is your choice- not mine.  

I really do wish the best for your little girl.  Hopefully you wont delay much longer and will let her go home.

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Father's Issues / RE: I see the problem
« on: Sep 24, 2004, 04:35:49 AM »
I didn't call you a name did I?

I truly do think it is a good thing that you want to do right by your d.  But this is rocket science.  Just tell her mom and switch custody.  It hasn't been that long, she is 4 and she will be happier getting love and attention from someone.  

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