Q: I have a pending child support case & I’ve been supporting my daughter since she was born 1.5 yrs ago. Should I keep
keep Sending her mother money to help support my daughter or should I wait until the court case is final. I just hate the fact that courts like to say any money sent for support of your child is considered a gift. Which I don’t think is fair. She uses my daughter as leverage to hurt me by not letting me see her on FaceTime or spend time with her alone. She want allow me to take my daughter to meet my family. We live in different cities in Florida 3hrs apart. I trucks over the road
A: You should have a consultation with a family law attorney to find out what you can do to get more time sharing with your child. If you continue to provide support for your child, make sure to keep track of it and always put in the legend of any checks or money orders child support. Most JUSTIA attorneys offer a free initial consultation. Call one of us today and let us know that you found us on JUSTIA. Good luck.
B. Elaine Jones, Esq.
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