I partially agree. The domestic relations in my county seems to be on top of everything and I really don't have to do much of anything. They filed a non-compliance letter against NJ, they filed a lien (tax refund intercept) against NJ and they scheduled a contempt hearing for NJ. I literally didn't have to do anything.dadoftwo wrote:My experience: Nobody cares that mommy don't pay . . . Makes me a little resentful when I think back to the sheer purgatory NJ put me through when I did pay her but she accused me of not.
dadmisseskids wrote:The part where I do agree is when the roles were reversed. One time I was 10 HOURS late with a CS payment. NJ over drafted her bank account and of course that was my fault. She left me five voice mails saying that I would not get the kids that weekend unless I paid her over draft fees.
NJ hasn't paid any CS in over five weeks and is over $3,000 in arrears. She believes that she doesn't have to pay CS but when I was late, literally hours, with a CS payment, all hell broke loose. That's NJ thinking.
I know. I went to the meeting place and got a receipt. When the trial came, I motioned for mileage ($.51 X 214 miles) and the judge awarded it.i_won_sorta wrote:But really that's just your NJ being an NJ. She wouldn't have gotten any traction in court.
That's a joke. My county doesn't play games. No pay in 14 days, they send you a letter. No pay in another 20 days, you get a court date for contempt. No show at the contempt hearing, bench warrant issued and license suspended. It's a little foggy after that....dadoftwo wrote:In my case, she hasn't contributed a dime in almost a year and a half - ever since the order was written. The last time cse brought her in to court, the judge just gave her more time - again. Not even that much of a lecture. She cried (literally) poor and victimized (by what/who??). That's all it took. She even tried to get some of it "forgiven." The judge didn't tell her yes to that, but he didn't tell her no either. Just said that in another six months we "would see where she was."
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