My neices ex husband took her back to court to modify child custody payments and vistitation. She held him in contempt, because he had owed her at least $25,000 in back child support.
The judgement came back in his favor. He got to pay $500 least in child custody payments, and got better visitation rights. He hasn't followed anything written in the divorce order on anything. How can a person breaking the law be rewarded?
I have read about Section 452.455.4, RSMo. Since her attorney said this law doesn't exsist and never used it. Can she hire a new attorney and go back to court and use this law to over turn the decision?
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