I have requested the assistance from the clerk of court and CSE for the back child support owed and Brevard County clerk of courts has found the noncustodial parent in contempt of court. In addition the noncustodial parent has relocated several times out of the jurisdiction of child support and has remained unemployed for more than one year. When the noncustodial parent was summons to court he hired an attorney to represent him in the form of mailing a letter explaining circumstances and or when payments will be resumed. The noncustodial parent declared that the reason for him not paying child-support is because of the disability of his current wife and he's waiting on Social Security disability benefits to resume paying child support .To date our child has received $80 in support. It was also court ordered in our divorce decree for medical insurance to be maintained for our minor child and insurance has NEVER been provided.
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