A guardian ad litem has been asked to step in twice. Each time, they ruled in my favor for visitation. Almost all exchanges took place in public at a local mall and each time the local police had to be called to help us because of my ex-wife's actions. Before the second guardian ad litem was requested, the judge denied our request for a contempt of court when my ex denied my visitation. Now, I am a full-time college student and haven't been able to afford to go back. I was also paying close to $500/mo in child support. It was recently reduced due to her failure to maintain health insurance for our daughter. She is constantly moving around and changing her phone numbers. Not only haven't I seen my daughter, but I haven't been allowed phone or mail contact. Everything is returned.
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