Q: Child is three years old, has always lived with mother, I pay child support.
When my child turned 4 months old me and the mother agreed we just weren’t working together and we split up. I got a job offer out of state and moved to a bordering state. We agreed that This was a smart choice so I could better support our child. We agreed I could come down and see her any time I wanted. Well I met a wonderful girl there and we got together, my first trip back was when my child was 6 months old, and she refused to let me see her because of my girlfriend. I tried to go without her and she still wouldn’t let me. I have documented everytime I would try to see my daughter and gave an excuse, she threatenes me all the time with taking my daughter out my life again. She put me on child support. After two and a half years I quit my job and moved back to the state where she resides, I got a little behind on CS. And I sent her a check for $5000 to make up for it, I’m still 2000 behind but I’m trying, can I take her to court to get time with my child? Should I hire a lawyer?
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