Q: What can I do to stop them from losing my paperwork,changing the worker and I consolidate the case to modify this order?
When I my husband left his kids mom he had his kids.Dcss garnished his wages for welfare she collected while they were still together. While going to court the mother applied for welfare in another county where she was in a drug rehab . That county sent him a notice for paternity.He called them right away told them he has the kids then drove 3+hours to give them proof.They said they would take care of it . He was still going to court where where we live and was granted a zero. She somehow was given custody and the county where she lives decided to continue using the case opened fraudulently . We have gone in there several times and filed RFO just to have them lose his paperwork and tell us that we have to fill it out again and they just consolidated support case with the family case. He would have never agreed since the support case was open when his kids lived with him. We need help.
A: Sorry but this is confusing. Sit down with a local attorney to discuss your options. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal legal advice and representation.]
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