|04-12-2012, 03:38 PM||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Just south of Atlanta
Child visitation rights
I am a father of a seven-year-old son and I have not seen him since I was injured. I support him with child support that is taken from my disability monthly. Is there anyway to force a visitation order so that I can see my child?
Even if I am not technically the child's father I should still have the right to visit with him and "see where my money is going."
I have made attempts to find her via private investigators/attorneys to no avail. Apparently the state has no problem making sure child-support payments or mailed to her successfully. I live in the state of Georgia by the way…
I just need help! Surely I'm not the only member here that has experienced or heard of another situation such as this.
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