My theory is that most fathers are so happy to be over and done with all of the BS and craziness once the children age out of the visitation/cs phase that they just walk away from the system instead of making any extra effort to change it. I fantasize about all of the changes I would spear-head on behalf of the fathers just starting out with their fight. But my husband says that we "no longer have a dog in that race."
I was just thinking yesterday about trying to locate a lawyer in Indiana that would consider representing my DH
regarding the shaft he's getting from the state cse office even after his D turned 21 in 09. We have a court order
for cs abatement during summer visitation that they have refused to give him credit for since 2000. CSE wants us to take it back to court. That's absurd. Their judge has already made the order. We shouldn't have to ask him to enforce his own order. If it's happening to DH, I'm sure it's happening to plenty of others out there. It could possibly turn into a class action. But, once again, DH says we'll just pay it and move on. All the while, Indiana CSE has received Federal funds based on over-reporting of child support
collections because they refuse to give credit where credit is due.