My ex, father of my child, has not been around for 8 years coming up in jan 09. he doesnt pay support only when it is taken from his unemployment. always in trouble, but wont sign his rights over . how can i get him to , or how can i have my daughters last name changed without him having to pay lots of money . he doesnt have anything to do with her, but he is just being a jerk as far as not turning his rights over. It would be different if he was in her life or had been , but when we divorced back in 99 he really has not seen her since. She doesnt want anything to do with him and is so afraid of him l.He has never sent a christmas card, birthday card, or present, and only time he has even made an effort was when he and his girlfriend was taking pics of us on their camera phones in a resteraunt one day from their table.and when we went to pay he got up and followed usand tried to come by my vehicle where my child had already went and got in becasue she knew what he was up to. The other time he had anything to do with her was whjen she was skating at the local roller trink with a friend and his girlfriend was there and called him to come down there and she corenered her in the bathroom trying to talk to her and he just sat back intimidating her staring. She called me and then when i got her and left they follwed me out and watched us to the car. I cant do anything about the things her does , becasue he just doesnt do enough , but he rides down my road constantly and the only people that live there is my family. He goes by my house blowing the horn at us. What can i do??
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