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Held Accountable

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Is it just me, or is there anyone else out there that would like the custodial parent, Child Support Agency, County, State and Federal Government held accountable for where the money goes and what it is being spent on?

This comes to us from Victoria Loving:

My son has been paying $725.00 a month for child support. My granddaughter is worth every penny but I am not sure just how much of that money really is spent on her! I think that the parent who receives the money should be held accountable as to what the money is spent on. When her dad has to take her on his weekend visit and buy her clothes because mom said she had no winter clothes I wonder to myself, where the hell is the 725.00 you were just given!!

Please take a moment and SIGN for Child Support Reform. You do not have to be directly involved in the Child Support System to Sign this Petition. Yet, we are all apart of the System; if someones’ U.S. Constitutional Rights are being violated, you are being violated. How much more Government interference are you able to put up with? Presently, the Children are always the losers; relationships are being ruined, thousands go to jail and thousands commit suicide each year! PLEASE USE THE COMMENT FORM TO SIGN LOCATED AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE; Thank You!

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About The Author

My name is James (Jim) DeLelys. I have been involved in the Child Support System for nearly 16 years. Over those years I have acquainted myself with countless individuals who have had to bear the burden of a terribly broken and corrupt sytem. It is through 'listening' that I have come to the enevitable conclusion that Child Support Laws and Government interference can not be tolerated anymore.


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2 Responses to “Held Accountable”

  1. MiguelNo Gravatar says:

    Foster v Wolkowitz, a case to be heard by the Michigan Supreme Court, is an interesting UCCJEA case. With the lack of UCCJEA case law, this case could iamcpt courts outside of Michigan.