Sending clothes


Dear ppm:

Greetings. OF COURSE YOUR EX SHOULD BE SENDING CLOTHING. That is crazy. How unfair and bad is this for your child that they cannot bring their own clothes to your house. Maybe a strong letter from your attorney would help this?

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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I pay support, but my ex refuses to send any clothes with our son when he comes for every other weekend visits. Does ex have to send clothes…I provide all else…toothbrooth,paste,shampoo,underwear,socks,etc…but I cannot afford to buy clotyhes that he wears 2x in a month and then is grown out of? Should ex be sending clothes…we have court ordered support so would I have to go back to court to get ex to send clothes?
Thank You