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Old April 24th 10, 12:41 AM posted to alt.child-support
Joe H
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My son is almost 2 and so far I ve been getting him 1 day a week for the
last 14 months. Ive been paying child support for almost 2 years. My case
does not include custody just child support. I would like to set up a
visitation schedule with my ex girl friend and for this I had to open a new
case. Do I need to set up custody to set up a visitation schedule? I would
like to get him a little bet more than a day but if she gets full custody
Ill probably see him once every other weekend. Does it make sense for me to
get share custody just to have him at home a little longer or should I just
giver her full custody?. How hard is it to change custody once this is
established? We live 30 miles away and his day care hours are difficult for
me. Any suggestion appreciated.
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Old May 3rd 10, 08:00 PM posted to alt.child-support
Chris
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"Joe H" wrote in message
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My son is almost 2 and so far I ve been getting him 1 day a week for the
last 14 months. Ive been paying child support for almost 2 years. My case
does not include custody just child support. I would like to set up a
visitation schedule with my ex girl friend and for this I had to open a
new
case. Do I need to set up custody to set up a visitation schedule? I would
like to get him a little bet more than a day but if she gets full custody
Ill probably see him once every other weekend. Does it make sense for me
to
get share custody just to have him at home a little longer or should I
just
giver her full custody?. How hard is it to change custody once this is
established? We live 30 miles away and his day care hours are difficult
for
me. Any suggestion appreciated.


You ask "should I just give her full custody?" She already has full custody.
Unless you "gave" it to her, not a very good chance that you can change it.
Remember, the woman, NOT the man, is in the driver's seat. Just the fact
that money is coming out of your pocket and going into hers ought to be your
FIRST clue.

Bottom line, at best you can only beg her and her court friends for mercy
concerning how much money they extort from you, and whether or not they will
allow you to see her child.

Only in AmeriKa..........

 




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