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Windd

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Fees
« on: Feb 10, 2006, 12:30:18 PM »
State of Illinois-

NCP continuously violates orders. Thinks they are above the law

If both parents make roughly the same amount per, what incentive is there for NCP to not violate orders if they may not be held liable for CP attorney fees? NCP cries broke, no money but continues to willfully violate orders. NCP knows it cost CP money to hire counsel and go back in.

What other consequences should be asked for?

What would you recommend to break the cycle? WHy does CP have to continuosly pay for NCP vindictivness?


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RE: Fees
« Reply #1 on: Feb 10, 2006, 07:35:20 PM »
>What other consequences should be asked for?

Jail time -- community service -- picking up trash on the highway, etc.

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>What would you recommend to break the cycle? WHy does CP have
>to continuosly pay for NCP vindictivness?

You had sex and a baby was conceived and brought to term. Now you're stuck with the situation. Way of the world since the beginning of time.

 

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