what the ex has pulled....

United States
February 8, 2013 11:03pm CST
Last week the ex husband and I were supposed to go visit the attorney general's office for the child support. Well, I decided to take my son to get his permit instead. So, today we went to the office. I couldn't believe the attitude he was giving to the case worker!! I was hoping she would tell him to tell him to calm down or be arrested. I just sat there and looked at him like he had lost his mind. He actually told her that he couldn't stand the attorney general as they go after the non custodial parents. I had started to laugh!! I reminded him that the attorney was there to protect the kids not the parents! She ended up dismissing him and just talking to me. I just couldn't believe the attitude he was giving her! He should've felt privelage that I was there to straighten out the child support and keeping his butt out of jail! She was the last person he needed to give attitude with. He's lucky that she had decided not to call the police and have him arrested right there.
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@MoonGypsy (4613)
• United States
9 Feb 13
you have to look at it from his point of view. he is faced with pay or go to jail. that would be hard on anybody. i take it he has a lot of hostility toward you?
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• United States
9 Feb 13
Today he did. It all started last week when I chose to take care of my son vs going to the attorney general's office. It's not that he didn't pay the support, he did. He just gave it straight to me vs going through the office.
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@MoonGypsy (4613)
• United States
9 Feb 13
well, then what's his problem? he gifts was right. the lady was only doing her job. he was only there to straighten things out. geez!
• United States
9 Feb 13
I told him he was being stupid. She was only doing her job and that he didn't need to take it out on her. He needed to grow up.
@blackrusty (3530)
• Mexico
10 Feb 13
this does happen quite often and has happen to me as a father it hard to loose a family i have not seen my child in over 20 years becuse of the system
• United States
11 Feb 13
I'm sorry that the sustem didn't work for you. I pray that you get to see your child soon.
• Mexico
11 Feb 13
it would be nice but after 20 years i dont think so
• United States
12 Feb 13
I will still pray for someone to make the first move to mend broken bridges. May God bless you and your family. :)
@vernaC (1493)
• Romania
9 Feb 13
So I think you are relived you have gotten out of this man huh. First of all she's a woman, second it's her job, last, you are in attorney's office which means the lawyer could even charge him for harassing his employee or for his misconduct..geesss. He should learn how to behave himself in public places to get him out of trouble specially on his age, for sure arrests and jails are the last thing he wants.
• United States
10 Feb 13
That's what I told him today when he came back to apologize to me. One day, he's going to be mean to the wrong person and he's not going to like the consequences. The man is almost 50 yrs old, you'd think he would know better! This is something that would be expected from someone in their early 20's or even 30's.
• Dhaka, Bangladesh
9 Feb 13
Thank you for sharing your idea. Yes, your son should be with you. Otherwise he may face more problems with his step mother. Court is the right person to decide about it. Have a wonderful weekend.