Q: In Georgia can the Attorney for Child Support Recovery deny the CP from going before the judge if the CP requests it?
Refiled with Child Support 6/2022...after 5 years of non payment... NCP went into office 11/2022 after multiple attempts to serve at residence and paid 2k and sign continuance for court 1/25/23. NCP did not make any 12/2022 or 1/2023 payment. At the time of this court date NCP has new job of 3 weeks. NCP was sent home without have to make any payment on 21k in Arrears by Child Support Attorney. CP and NCP informed NCP to pay arrears of $150 in addition to monthly support ordered. Cp was denied opportunity to both go before the judge. Cp was told next court date of 3/16/23 to make sure NCP is following through. Why didn't NCP have to pay something before leaving? Also why does it matter how long NCP has been on a job?
A: The attorney for the state represents the child, not the mother. If you did not get an opportunity to speak in Court, the attorney for the state must have thought your testimony wasn't necessary. If you don't like how child support enforcement is seeking to obtain arrears, hire a private attorney to file for contempt in superior court. Because as long as the state is handling the arrears case, you have no say in how they go about it.
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