Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer If they know your name they can easily find out everything else they need to sue you; and they might, do that because of the large amount involved. Accordingly, I do not advise you to start ignoring them now. Your decision to appeal the fine has already pushed them far enough to continue with the appeal and then take it farther, perhaps even getting a default judgment against you. Hire a good lawyer to write investigate all the facts and then send them a fiery letter.
Joanne Reisman's answer Read the Oregon Statutes regarding child support and a child attending school. You might want to print it out and send her a copy. https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/bills_laws/ors/ors107.html Go to this link and read ORS 107.108. You may also want to read the administrative rules the also apply. In anycase the law provides you with a way to notify your daughter and/or the support enforcement folks that you will terminate support if you don't get the proof that is needed in 30 days. You...
Mr. Michael O. Stevens' answer Can and should are two different things. Can you, yes, should you, no. Ethics rules prohibit/restrict what attorneys can do in such situations, but not the litigates themselves.
Mr. Michael O. Stevens' answer I do not do public education law by any means, but you have a situation where they possibly could rightful ban him from the school due to the threats he made. People can be trespassed from public places, TriMet does it all the time.
Mr. Michael O. Stevens' answer If it is the same child hitting yours, you might consider counseling for your daughter. That would establish emotional harm. Then sue the parents and the school for negligent supervision, see ORS § 30.765 as to liability on the parents. For the school, note a tort claim notice has to filed and fairly quickly (assuming this is a public school).
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