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Jade

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RE: Frantic grandma
« Reply #10 on: Nov 05, 2006, 07:32:55 AM »
>It is your son's right to request a paternity test through
>the courts, and she will be ordered to bring the child in for
>testing if she doesn't voluntarily comply. I don't think she
>can "fix" this except or make it just "go away."
>
>I'm sure she IS furious...she's been able to qualify for state
>aid and get additional CS money from your son without anyone
>really knowing it. Too bad...that's called abusing the system
>and it's illegal. Your son has a right to his child, to
>enforceable time with his child.
>
>Has he paid CS with a check? Does he have canceled checks to
>show he's paid? He will also want to protect himself
>financially. When paternity is established, she may somehow
>try to go for back child support, claiming it hasn't been paid
>and that your son owes back money according to the courts
>(money that he has already paid). Make sure he can show he has
>already paid.
>
>I wish your son the best. He and his daughter deserve to have
>a relationship without interference this way.
>
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>Your vision is the promise of what you shall one day be; your
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>     ~ James Allen


Doesn't matter if he has the returned checks, all she has to do is claim that it was a gift.  And even if that weren't the case, the state is going to come after him to recover its costs.  It isn't right, but that is probably what is going to happen.  



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RE: Frantic grandma
« Reply #11 on: Nov 05, 2006, 07:34:45 AM »
>  
>Yes, he has paid his "voluntary child support" with a check.
>This is a relatively recent situation, as she booted him out
>and moved her 23-year old boyfriend in with her and the kids
>only 6 weeks ago.  
>
>Our son has made 2, maybe 3 payments by check, and can keep
>those as proof.  
>
>Thank you for the encouragement~~


Your son needs to talk to a lawyer.  If he was living with her and their child while she was receiving welfare for said child, he can be charged with fraud.  

 

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