My friend suffers from dyslexia vry bad, he nvr graduated in 86 bc not much was known. His Ex wife had told his son to say he sold drugs, he has been at the same job although not making much for 17yrs & ALWAYS pays his child support. He even has been drug tested due to injuries, NVR tested positive. CPS came out cleared him. He even went fam counselor chosen by her. The judge still gave him visitation & phone calls.Ea time she made unfounded accusations then finally said her atty said it wasnt healthy for the visits to contin. He couldnt afford more legal advice, has diff reading & she played on that. I recently have been trying to encourage him but he felt she has turned him against him & "an atty" said to stop. I feel bad bc he used his savings to pay for a surgery that saved my life literally, but he is scared to go thru the lies again. He goes every visit to the drop off area for 18mths, she nvr brings his son. He has child support taken out of his check nvr misses it. The cell phone he gave his son to talk was given back. I dont know how other then her taking advantage of his dyslexia she can do this since he has jumped thru every hoop. She makes good $ & now no $ to fight
HE has to bring a motion in the Court to have her held in contempt for violating to Court's orders in place. On the facts presented he should prevail. To maximize his chance of prevailing he will have to hire an attorney who, like him, cannot afford to work for free,
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