Anthony and the CSSD both received my response to Anthony’s OSC today.
Filed My Response
I filed my response to Anthony’s OSC. I do NOT consent to the order requested, but I consent to the following order: The current order remain in full force and effect. The previous $23/month towards Mr. R’s share of uncovered medical expenses be reinstated and made an order until his support obligation ends, as Mr. R refuses to pay his share on his own.
Other Relief, I do not consent to the order requested. Supporting information- Collection efforts for child support and uncovered medical expenses should remain active until Mr. R’s obligation ends. I conversed with Mr. R the evening of March 16th and 17th 2008. He stated he currently has his license but it will get revoked in August if he fails to square up his arrears and get current. Mr. R has no rights of visitation nor has he had any contact of any kind with our minor child in nearly 15 years. He did not request a change in visitation in his OSC. Neither of Mr. R’s sisters lives with him as he declared. He has no roommates. He lives in a one bedroom house that is bein held in a trust until he dies then it reverts to Mr. R’s children including our minor child. I do not believe he pays rent for a house that is his. Mr. R told me that he works construction jobs here and there, nothing steady and gets paid cash for work he does. I cannot consent to his requests, as he is doing and has not been doing his part or making an effort to support our daughter, and that would not and is not fair to her.
Other information I wanted the court to know concerning support in my case is that Mr. R is court ordered to carry health care insurance on our minor child but he is not. He has failed and refused to pay his share of uncovered medical expenses for 3 years, incurred on behalf of our minor child.
I estimated his gross monthly income aat $3800 based on his ability to earn.
I provided my income, death benefits from when my husband passed away and I provided a copy of a letter I received from Anthony’s brother in law regarding a hold that was placed on Anthony’s trust account.
Going Back to Court
Anthony is taking ME back to Court. He filed an OSC on 3/12. I received it 03/14/08. He wants to modify existing order from 11/7/05 of $607 per month. We go to court on 4/9/08.
He also has a hard time spelling our daughters name. This time, he told whomever helped him fill out the papers that he name is SAHARA. I guess that’s what happens when you know your child.
He wants to “reserve arrears and stay collection efforts and Release his drivers license. ”
In his declaration he states that there is a “change in circumstance.” He is currently receiving GR in the amount of $203.
He said he needs his Drivers License released. He wrote, “So I can seek employment, visit my child and for personal errands.” Um, visit WHAT child? It’s 2005, OUR child is not quite 15 years old. It’s been 15 years since he’s seen her or “visited” with her, and it’s been that long if not longer since he’s seen his other two kids, who are now adults. What Child is he wanting to visit?
He also said he is unemployed, or self employed and has no paycheck. He said he would bring his 2006 income tax returns to the hearing in the even he can locate them and that he did not make any loan or credit application in the last two years.
He says he gets $203 a month. He also claimed two of his sisters live with him. Both of his sisters names are spelled incorrectly, and NEITHER of them live with him at their age of 52 and 55. Both have their own homes, very NICE homes I might add. He continues to “declare under penalty of perjury” mind you, that he pays $100 in rent, (even though he lives in a house that he inherited when his mother passed away), that he pays $165 in groceries, (even though he told me he goes to the food bank), he says he pays $285 in Utilities, (gas electric, water and trash), he pays $20 for telephone, cell phone and email, $20 in laundry and cleaning, for a total of $590 a month.
He got two things right, we have one child and she is 100% with me. He also go right that he has no health insurance.
His GR was approved on 10/30/2007. It makes me wonder why he said he makes $203 from GR. According to their letter, it says that the following changes are considered mandatory reporting responsibilities within 5 days to his eligibility worker: New earned income of $203 or more. New unearned income of $25 or more. Increased earned or unearned income of $25 or more. Someone moves in or out of his household.