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Absent parent abandoned children, has arrears in six-figures, now after I reopened child support case he responds by filing modifications to custody/visitation and it has caused me extra financial hardship to litigate...I am already poor from raising the children alone without any support for 12 years & now he is throwing money into the case rather than pay the children..he's already spent at least $6,000 on the case. I've heard there's a law that he (or anyone in his similar position) needs to bring his support current before he can file/modifiy any custody/visitation. Please let me know where that law is located so I can get an order for him to pay the children their arrears first. He's trying to make me fold up my hand to be out of his game...like a poker match.
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