Child support anyone?

@vanities (11397)
Davao, Philippines
January 15, 2019 10:40pm CST
My son is having a problem that i know he can survive with it. He was separated last year and now his ex doesn't want him to get his two lovely kids ages 3 and 5 (weekends only as agreed) until he give her the financial support monthly. Actually he is providing this financial thing but lately it stopped since he was laid off. His ex ( live in partner and got married to another man after 3 mos of being separated with my son.. Isn't it like a whirwind romance? ) That was gross when a father misses his kids and was not allowed coz of that money thing. Any suggestions from you guys? Negative or positive comments are all welcome.
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@Sreekala (34387)
• India
16 Jan 19
He has the right to see his children. Since his ex is busy with another man, she does not deserve any money from your son.
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@vanities (11397)
• Davao, Philippines
16 Jan 19
@sreekala..The cause of the break up was 3rd party and imagine after 3 mos she got married my gosh what a woman!
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@Sreekala (34387)
• India
16 Jan 19
@vanities Hard to believe. But the world is like that only.
@Janet357 (76456)
16 Jan 19
Yes take it to the court just like what bankim said.
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@ShyBear88 (55393)
• United States
16 Jan 19
He can ask a lawyer to contact her lawyer and arrange to see the kids. If there was a court case and it states he isn’t allowed to s we his children till money is paid then he has to fallow m. If there wasn’t such a thing then she is breaking the law by not allowing him rights to his child. Now this also changes from state to state so he’ll need to look up his prental rights for the state he lives in.
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@vanities (11397)
• Davao, Philippines
17 Jan 19
@shybear88 thanks, we will do that.
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@sharon6345 (326135)
• United States
16 Jan 19
He will figure it as he is the one dealing with the ex. I know he would be wise to step in a courthouse because if he can show he was laid off he has rights to his kids. The new father might be pressuring her. I would seek full custody in that case.
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@vanities (11397)
• Davao, Philippines
16 Jan 19
@sharon6345...Actaually when my son called the ex, coz he want to see the kids., she told him to ask permission with her husband. She really got the nerve to say that to my son. I am sure he will do that.
@sharon6345 (326135)
• United States
16 Jan 19
@vanities It's time for a judge now nothing more would be needed at this time. That new husband was not there when those kids were created I hate that behavior.
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@responsiveme (23149)
• India
16 Jan 19
I hope they work it out. A father should get to see his kids just as they need it too
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• Agra, India
16 Jan 19
Can't help take some legal help in this matter
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@vanities (11397)
• Davao, Philippines
16 Jan 19
We are contemplating on that action.
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• Agra, India
16 Jan 19
@vanities I hope you find a solution soon. This is something really bad
@banksim (4451)
16 Jan 19
go to family court and take legal advice, not the mylot advice, this is serious life decision, only expert can help you,
@vanities (11397)
• Davao, Philippines
16 Jan 19
Sure we will do that. Thanks
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@banksim (4451)
17 Jan 19
@vanities it will be better
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