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When will Judge Walther stop disregarding basic human rights, Texas law, and the rulings of superior courts?

Posted in Child Care on 3rd July 2012

When will Judge Walther stop disregarding basic human rights, Texas law, and the rulings of superior courts?
The latest development is that she’s disregarding the restrctions the Texas Supreme Court said she could put in place, in favor of a ruling virtually identical to her original, reversed decision. She has no respect for any parental rights (breastfeeding? Hah. Religion? You must be kidding). She established unheard of standards to remove over 400 children from their homes with only one evidencial hearing, and cooperated with CPS to make sure children in its “care” had no freedom whatsoever to practice their own religion (even the Book of Mormon was seized. All prayer mettings had to be supervised – judge Walther even suggested supervision by a “member of the mainstream Mormon church”).

So when will this woman give up her fascist ways and let justice once again have some place in our legal system?

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Answer by bgee2001ca
When the higher court threatens contempt charges, and throws her sorry butt in jail.

Why do divorced people with kids get to use our courts and tax money for child support?!?

Posted in Child Support on 23rd January 2011

Why do divorced people with kids get to use our courts and tax money for child support?!?
What kind of liberal mentality is this? It’s worse than welfare! RESPONSIBLE parents that keep it together don’t get to use tax money or police to collect “child support” so why do divorcers? They’ve cost enough enough already, don’t you think?!

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Answer by ~nicole~
Last I checked, I paid an arm and a leg for my own divorce.

Answer by Morganie III
Friend, respectfully, isn’t it a wiser thing to do to try to help people in these situations and to teach men and women to love and forgive and remain with their families than to whine and complain like this?

Try to make the world a better place one person at a time.

Answer by Im ok now
I don’t use anyone to collect my child support. No police, paid my lawyer for my divorce, spent about 5 minutes or less in the courtroom. And who says just because I am divorced I am not responsible? What an asinine statement.
You sound a little bitter. Someone piss in your wheaties this morning???

Answer by Cecilia M
OK…we paid for our own attorneys, court fees, etc. And my husband pays child support…not the tax payers. Where do you get your information?

Answer by ohmy
my divorce cost me about 3,000 dollars. Um I just wish I knew that before I used my own money

Answer by Wonder Woman
Are you saying that I’m not a RESPONSIBLE parent because I decided that divorce would be better than staying with a cheating husband? Which I paid for.

Are you saying that I’m in the wrong for requiring my children’s father to help support them?

Don’t judge others if you have never been in the same situation!

Answer by Sophiesmom
Like the first answer said I’m paying an arm and two legs for mine. I pay for everything even for paper to be served by law enforcement, nothing is free.

Answer by JustAskin
You are an idiot.

Answer by Jacquelineee
That’s funny last time I check I was paying my own lawyer and the most of the people that I have talked to seems to be doing the same thing, also we would not have to go to court if the father paid on time and the right amount.

Answer by ladysteelersince1976
I can’t speak for everyone, but I do know that most people have to pay for an attorney to get child support. Therefore, they aren’t using tax money to get child support….I bet you have no idea what it is like trying to get support from a deadbeat…..

how to serve someone papers on “failure to pay child support” by the courts or get child support?

Posted in Child Support on 9th November 2010

how to serve someone papers on “failure to pay child support” by the courts or get child support?
My wife’s son’s father is not showing up in court for failure to pay child support. It has been two court dates and no show. They keep saying he is not being served so no warrant for arrest. So all he has to do is avoid being served and it’s obvious when a sheriff is coming to your door. A warrant can’t be issued for his arrest until he is served for failure to pay child support. How can we get around this loophole?

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Answer by starrfyrre
If you know his whereabouts and his habits, hire a process server who can serve him in a different place other than his home. In the parking lot where he works, at a place he frequents (bar or wherever he goes with friends), etc. You provide a current photo to the process server and he merely needs to walk up to the person, say his name, and hand him the summons stating “You have been served”. The process server then provides a document stating when and where the person was served. It may cost a few bucks more than a sheriff, but he will never see it coming.