I've had custody of my minor daughter for 3 years and filed for child support 19 months ago... this keep dragging on and on and on....
In opposing counsels latest filing she claims that telephonic attendance is necessary because my ex is afraid of me and that during the divorce (10 years ago) she had a restraining order.
A) There was never a restraining order
B) My ex lives on one coast and I live on the other and she's always attends telephonically
C) My ex abandoned the minor child and my door (if I were dangerous, that would be really bad for the child eh?)
This is obviously a ploy to influence the courts...
How do I handle this?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Get a lawyer. There are no do overs. The mere fact that she lives on one coast and you the other is enough for a judge to allow telephonic attendance.