Greetings. I would go ahead and speak with the Child Support Enforcement Agency in order to have then set your child support. You should send him a letter or e-mail (keeping a copy) and ask for copies of statements from the bank account. Make sure to say in the letter that you want a copy by May 22, 2005 or some other date. (That’s my birthday, so that would be my favorite date). Let him know that if he fails to provide it, you intend to speak with an attorney about a breach of contract claim. Thank you.
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
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