omg

Washington Court House, OH

#1 Jun 13, 2012
What can you do when a parent does not pay support and only picks the child up when they feel like it?
Well

Van Wert, OH

#2 Jun 13, 2012
What do you do when you pay your child support and the mother will not let you see them?
i know

Lockbourne, OH

#3 Jun 13, 2012
take her to court to get legal visitations...if she does not comply you can have her arrested...
Well

Van Wert, OH

#4 Jun 13, 2012
i know wrote:
take her to court to get legal visitations...if she does not comply you can have her arrested...
That sounds easy doesn't it, but it doesn't work that way.
tbay

Chillicothe, OH

#5 Jun 13, 2012
omg wrote:
What can you do when a parent does not pay support and only picks the child up when they feel like it?
How about you just don't let him see the child at all if he's going to be inconsistent? A child needs consistency. Anything else is confusing, and to be honest not even beneficial to the child. Sounds like you got a problem on your hands. You can't make someone be a good parent. He should still have to pay his support. The courts should impose that if you have it set up that way.
John Q. Public

Chillicothe, OH

#6 Jun 13, 2012
Well wrote:
What do you do when you pay your child support and the mother will not let you see them?
Spot on
John Q. Public

Chillicothe, OH

#7 Jun 13, 2012
Well wrote:
<quoted text>That sounds easy doesn't it, but it doesn't work that way.
Working on 2 years now in the legal system for my case (that I started) and still havnt got the final hearing. The court system is fcked up against father's rights.

Since: Jul 11

United States

#9 Jun 13, 2012
I would just like someone to explain to me what anyone gets out of screwing over the innocent child in all these situations. They didn't not ask for whatever problems/issues the parents have and do not deserve to be punished for them!!!! I truly wish people would grow the hell up and make desicions based on what is best for all people involved but especially the child(ren)!
I have done my best to keep a healthy relationship going between my child and her father (whom honestly isn't the best dad material but IS her dad). It's progressed to the point of her refusing to see him because of his childish behavior (calls her and says I guess you don't love me any more or want to see me since you never call or text, I'll just leave you alone so I don't mess up your life anymore, etc....). I try to talk to him for her sake to help them have a better relationship and all I accomplish is getting called a bitch and having him yell at her. Why can't people cherish thee children like they deserve?!!! I feel for all you dads going through hell just trying to see your kids and do right by them. I hope you all get it resolved soon.
omg

Chillicothe, OH

#10 Jun 13, 2012
My daughters dad does not call her, does not pay support for her, does Not pick her up. If he does talk to her he lies and tells her he will pick her up and he dont. he has not seen her for 5 months. he has not called, when she calls him he wont answer, he wont answer a text. But he can play super daddy to his other two kids. I'm done drying my daughters tears this guy has made her shed. how can I get him to sign over rights? her step dad wants to adopt and has wanted to for the last 4 years...
open-minded

Chillicothe, OH

#11 Jun 13, 2012
A child should always have the right to see the other parent, bottom line. Unless the court has deemed it dangerous. Stop putting the child in the middle they should not have to choose between two parents they love. It screws them up big time.
omg

Kingsbury, IN

#12 Jun 14, 2012
My child has the right to see her Dad! What right does he have to lie to her and hurt her by not picking her up? Why should she suffer just because he is busy getting high, or as he says "I forgot". That's his child also what kind of parent/person can forget your child.
open-minded

Chillicothe, OH

#13 Jun 14, 2012
omg wrote:
My child has the right to see her Dad! What right does he have to lie to her and hurt her by not picking her up? Why should she suffer just because he is busy getting high, or as he says "I forgot". That's his child also what kind of parent/person can forget your child.
..........I really wasn't referring to your problem, just the ones that refuse to let the other parent see their child out of spite. Your problem is sad for your child. When your child gets older she will see what kind of a person he really is.
omg

Chillicothe, OH

#14 Jun 14, 2012
open-minded wrote:
<quoted text>..........I really wasn't referring to your problem, just the ones that refuse to let the other parent see their child out of spite. Your problem is sad for your child. When your child gets older she will see what kind of a person he really is.
Thats wha I tell her but she is only 7 and thinks her dad is great. I just wish she didnt have to go thru what he is doing to her.
Boots

United States

#15 Jun 14, 2012
It is really hard when they are young, because they don't understand! They just know that person has the title of daddy, so they think they are this great person. I hate the way my daughter puts her father up on pedestal, but only because I know that when she starts understanding more she will be so disappointed. Unfortunately, we can't make people do what is rite.

Since: Jul 11

Chillicothe, OH

#16 Jun 14, 2012
omg wrote:
<quoted text> Thats wha I tell her but she is only 7 and thinks her dad is great. I just wish she didnt have to go thru what he is doing to her.
I have dealt with the same thing with my daughter for 8+ years. Her dad has made an attempt to do better in the last year or so but, it's just to little to late. She has started refusing to go to his house, says she doesnt like him and hates going to his house. I tried....I tried above and beyond for years for her sake to keep him in her life even though I positively can not stand him. It breaks my heart to see her pain, confusion, and anger but, he is reaping what he has sown. She is almost 13 and I have decided to let her make her own choice. I have a wonderful boyfriend she has said she wishes was her real dad and he loves her as much as his other children. I am very lucky to be able to give her that at least.
I can only tell you to do your best to make her happy, hug her when she needs it, always show how important and cherished she is, dry her tears when need be, and always tell her you love her! In the end, I have found no way to prevent my child from being hurt by her own father and his actions but, I know I have the power to make sure she knows that he has lost out and is the one who messed up, not her.

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