The first thing that you need to do is hire an attorney as soon as possible to protect your rights and fight to keep you in a safe and stable living condition. If he owes you that much in support arrears , then you have a strong case to hold him in contempt (not paying the court ordered child support). I have handled countless cases in which the opposing party refuses to pay their fair share of support and I get the court to enforce their orders. If you would like to discuss your situation in greater depth, feel free to contact me at my office: (310) 855-3386.
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