Q: I became disabled in 2013, due to car accident, braking my back. I now have 2bars and 4 bolts in my spine. I contacted
Foc, and sent in all dr.s paperwork they asked for. And did so whenever they asked. 2018, i found out i had 4 tumors and 3 different types of cancer. Well covid hit, so my treatments didnt start until 2019, 7 weeks of radiation and chemotherapy, i almost parished. I sent all paperwork to the foc, doing everything they have asked of me, since 2013. My disability finally started this year. Ssi. In may i have a allegan county cop come to my home in Kalamazoo and arrest me for child support, i spend 63 days in jail, bond out for 1000, and have to plead guilty to failure to pay, and now my attorney tells me i will be going back to jail to do 11 months! After i have done everything they have asked of me since2013, how can they do this to me? If i could work i would pay. Not my fault i was in car accident, i was a passenger, and then got deathly sick, and still trying to recover, still have chemo port in my chest. And in 2015, i made a contract with the mom, gave 1500 with 8500 to pay drop ba
A: I'm unsure what your question is. It sounds like you entered a guilty plea. Typically, agreements made in failure to pay cases depend on how much of the arrearage is paid before sentencing. What matters now is not so much what you've done since 2013, or even what you've worked out with the mom; what matters is whether you have substantially complied with the plea agreement.
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