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Asked on: 3/07/06, 12:40 pm

Obtaining Court Records on a Military Person

I'm located in VA, son's father is stationed in Ft. Hood, TX

Father hasn't paid child support in 3 months. VA dept of Child suport says he is on Non-Pay Status. I've been told this means he is locked up.

I want to protect my son from his father (because of past incidents and possibly the present). I need evidence of what he's done. The military won't tell me anything.

I can't take him to court because he won't give me a physical address. The Army will also not give me an address.

I would like to know if there is a way to find court records so that I may send them to the judge before he shows up again to pick up my son.

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