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Old 10-03-2014, 09:30 AM
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Noted! Very clever indeed!
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Old 10-03-2014, 09:32 AM
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BTW - if my ex could reduce or eliminate SS by impregnating someone then he would have done it by now. He's tried just about every angle there is. It's October now and I'm expecting another flurry of activity from him soon so he can drag me to court in December and then again in February. Like clockwork.
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BTW - if my ex could reduce or eliminate SS by impregnating someone then he would have done it by now.
I've never even met the man, and I just threw up in my mouth a little.
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I would have thrown up in my mouth but I was too busy laughing out loud.
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I agree with all above.

No need to tell ex about new child do you really want more drama in this? You state that this was early on in pregnancy that will give you time to deal with the issues at hand. I suggest no one that can tell EX about it is told and that includes the children. You have a few months before physical sign of the pregnancy start to show.

You stated that present partner has 2 kids and no CS....I hope this has been sent to FRO. Dad maybe a deadbeat but if nothing is done to get the funds for the children then that not any better.

You separated from your ex to have a separate life keep it that way for your sake and your growing family sake.
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Old 10-03-2014, 10:01 AM
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BTW - if my ex could reduce or eliminate SS by impregnating someone then he would have done it by now. He's tried just about every angle there is. It's October now and I'm expecting another flurry of activity from him soon so he can drag me to court in December and then again in February. Like clockwork.
Hahaha, sounds to me like somebody is very well organized, I suspect it's his lawyer who enjoys the stable income and the old fart who actually believes he has a chance?

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Thanks all for the comments.
I've gone to court to see that there is a bias. If I were to divorce someone and right after I serve them with papers I mysteriously end up out of work, then the court grants me spousal support,I have nothing to worry about, right?
If I go to court and ask for custody of a child, and at the same time try my hardest to prove that I can't find work, no judge will give me custody, but somehow it worked for my ex, forging documents and committing fraud.
It's a deeply flawed system, and unfortunately, once you're in, you can't get out.
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I agree with all above.

No need to tell ex about new child do you really want more drama in this? You state that this was early on in pregnancy that will give you time to deal with the issues at hand. I suggest no one that can tell EX about it is told and that includes the children. You have a few months before physical sign of the pregnancy start to show.

You stated that present partner has 2 kids and no CS....I hope this has been sent to FRO. Dad maybe a deadbeat but if nothing is done to get the funds for the children then that not any better.

You separated from your ex to have a separate life keep it that way for your sake and your growing family sake.
It wasn't the case, I did not initiate the process, i was served with papers, I ended up out of the home, and I can only visit my child.
Eventually I met someone, but that came three years after the mess started.
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Did she not have income input to her base on the last 3 years?

Yea, it sucks but you have to keep emotions out of it and work within the broken system.

All parents are responsible to support their children.
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Did she not have income input to her base on the last 3 years?

Yea, it sucks but you have to keep emotions out of it and work within the broken system.

All parents are responsible to support their children.
She got income imputed on minimal wage!
It was ridiculous!
And trust me, I am a responsible person and I pay for my son, I ensure he's provide for. If someone is denying him of something that's my ex, because of her decision to not work. My income only goes so far...
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