A friend of mine has been paying child support, but she is not allowing him to see the child never shows up to mtg area in 18mth
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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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