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is it wrong to keep child from father due to CS? MWifey 3 kids; Longview, Texas 3459 posts
13th Aug '12

Is it wrong to tell a father he cant see his child, because you are not receiving child support? why or why not?..

AngelGabriel'sMama 1 child; Dayton, Ohio 2103 posts
13th Aug '12

I wouldn't stop BD from ever seeing his son. I want them to be close and I would not ruin it over money.

user banned (boy); 2 kids; Fucking, Austria 36337 posts
13th Aug '12

I wouldn't punish my son over that. Is he refusing to pay or he can't pay?

Blythe. 1 child; Indiana 22065 posts
13th Aug '12

Is this court ordered CS?



I would always let my kid see her dad no matter what

That girl Amber +2 2 kids; California 6981 posts
13th Aug '12

Morally and legally it is wrong.



Ive never understood how people cant put their children first.

drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
13th Aug '12

Eh, it depends. If he's otherwise a wonderful dad, just going through rough times...I wouldn't stop him for seeing the child. Especially if the child is old enough to ask for him.



But if he's a POS who wants to get away with not paying, and isn't a great dad...I'd keep the kid from him until CS starts showing up. Unless there is a court ordered custody agreement. Then, I would take it back to court saying I wasn't getting the money.

мɑkɑnɑni 1 angel baby; ~, FL, United States 65283 posts
status 13th Aug '12

I think that would be just as bad as him not paying.

GL♣PC♥BC 3 kids; Atlanta, GA, United States 9408 posts
13th Aug '12

No, not if he is a good father. That's not fair for your child above all else

✖Mandalorian 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Georgia 5386 posts
13th Aug '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting AngelGabriel'sMama:</b>" I wouldn't stop BD from ever seeing his son. I want them to be close and I would not ruin it over money."</blockquote>



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I wouldn't keep my son from his father unless he was a p***e o* s**t and didn't care about him. (I'm married just hypothetically speaking) money wouldn't the deciding factor if he got to see LO or not

taking a look at life Palm beach gardens, FL, United States 49057 posts
13th Aug '12

yes and if u go to court child support has nothing to do with visitation.

MWifey 3 kids; Longview, Texas 3459 posts
13th Aug '12

court ordered childsupport, i was getting it, and he switched to a better paying job... their supposed to automatically draw it out, but for some reason their not doing it. when i informed him of this he said it was my problem to deal with.
I guess i should call the district attorneys and inform them? im not sure what to do.

user banned (boy); 2 kids; Fucking, Austria 36337 posts
13th Aug '12
Quoting ManKiller.:" court ordered childsupport, i was getting it, and he switched to a better paying job... their supposed ... [snip!] ... he said it was my problem to deal with. I guess i should call the district attorneys and inform them? im not sure what to do."

is he a good dad?

Momma +2 Girls 2 kids; Indiana 3612 posts
13th Aug '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ManKiller.:</b>" Is it wrong to tell a father he cant see his child, because you are not receiving child support? why or why not?.."</blockquote>



I would not stop visitation for that. As long as the father wanted to see his child and there were no reason to suspect my child would be in danger by allowing him to visit, i would never refuse visitation.

Blythe. 1 child; Indiana 22065 posts
13th Aug '12
Quoting ManKiller.:" court ordered childsupport, i was getting it, and he switched to a better paying job... their supposed ... [snip!] ... he said it was my problem to deal with. I guess i should call the district attorneys and inform them? im not sure what to do."


how long ago did he start? It takes us a few weeks here to get the forms.

Candis♥ 34 kids; Missouri 10350 posts
13th Aug '12

In the courts eyes, one has nothing to do with the other. My daughter's father is behind nearly 5 months on his, but he still gets his visitation. The state will do what they please with him...but I'm going to do my part in making sure my child has a relationship with her dad.



As long as the child is taken care of and gets to spend quality time with the father, I think it would be wrong to keep them apart.