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Old 04-05-2011, 05:41 PM
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Need advice here, bio dad, respondent had decided to retire from the reserves using this court case as an excuse. What should I do if anything?
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Not much. He's allowed to retire if he chooses to, you can't force him to work forever.

HOWEVER, if he's capable of making a decent wage, he should be, OR his income should be imputted to a level that his skills, training and education would allow in your area.
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Should he be forced into working for a 'decent wage' after retirement age to satisfy CS demands of his ex?

Really?
How 'right' is that?
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46 is usually not retirement age and i could care less if he retires or not...just not as a mechanism of not paying for university fees. and btw...the money i am fighting for goes to his daughter directly, not me!
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He's only retiring from a part time job and that's his right to do after 30 years. It's none of your business and it has nothing to do with any child support issues. Why can't you just leave him alone.
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Oh there you are Susan....the new wife of Respondent...I would be happy to leave him alone if he were man enough to take care of his children without having to be dragged in court. I left him alone for ten years when he chose not to be part of his daughters life and contributed peanuts that i had to fight for in court...and I told him when he finally wanted to be part of her life that it was not a revolving door...now that she has again become an inconvenience because of university expenses..i am not going to walk away. Aren't you supposed to be busy getting your daughter ready for boot camp?
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You need to edit that post out. Revealing people's identity and posting their real info ie: names etc is typically against TOS and just plain bad form.
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Oh there you are Susan....the new wife of Respondent...I would be happy to leave him alone if he were man enough to take care of his children without having to be dragged in court. I left him alone for ten years when he chose not to be part of his daughters life and contributed peanuts that i had to fight for in court...and I told him when he finally wanted to be part of her life that it was not a revolving door...now that she has again become an inconvenience because of university expenses..i am not going to walk away. Aren't you supposed to be busy getting your daughter ready for boot camp?
Hey mummer1962 in reading your posts I find you to be a spiteful and unreasonable person.

The most glaring example of this was when you identified the first name of your child's fathers wife, yet at the same time hide your own name (as most of us do).

I suspect nothing will change your attitude in this and I believe that you are a liar as suggested by stepmom2.

You are probably causing your daughter harm with your attitude with respect to her father.
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Should he be forced into working for a 'decent wage' after retirement age to satisfy CS demands of his ex? Really? How 'right' is that?
Typically military retirements are NOT at 65....they occur much much earlier. If he retired earlier than normal (and receives less of a pension for it), then he does have an obligation to support his child and is expected to do so.
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You are right, I should not have lowered myself to their level. How do i edit the post.
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