Q: I’m paying my child support through a notarized letter that was sign under notorized letter
I was basically threatened if I didn’t do it she will try to make it worse for me. I want to be able to see my kids and spend time with them. I don’t fail my support money and I actually pay more than the agreement says because she said I have to. I really don’t care about the money, I care about me not being able to see them and spend time with them. What should I do? I live in he state of Pennsylvania and it’s Lancaster county. Thank you in advance
A: Your question is unclear. I'm not sure if you are asking if you need a support order or a custody order or if you have a question regarding the amount? You would benefit from having a live consultation with a local attorney that would hear all your facts and then advise you accordingly.
Kathryn Hilbush agrees with this answer
A: I agree that you question is unclear. If you want to see your children and the mother isn't cooperative, then you'd have to file a custody complaint or petition to initiate the process. I suggest that you discuss your situation in person with an experienced family law attorney in your area.
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