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Since: May 13

Erie, PA

#1 May 5, 2013
Can anyone recommend a good one that doesn't cost an adm and a leg?
Rollin

Erie, PA

#3 May 5, 2013
skip the pee pee wrote:
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Sorry. This story is from long, long ago but it's an oldie but a goodie. I'd recommend nobody except distinguished attorney Paige Peasley. Not only did she tell my ex-wife exactly what she would have to say in order to prevail--lies, ready made which DID prevail--but my ex-wife listed the distinguished attorney Peasley on her bankruptcy claim.
That means my ex-wife not only prevailed with her lies but screwed the distinguished attorney Peasley out of her commission or whatever it's called.
Don't believe me? Check if a suit is filed by the distinguished attorney Paige Peasley against a poster named "skip the pee pee" who libeled her.
Point is, what I said is true and in my opinion that makes her an idiot worthy of exploiting. And to prove it, I dare her to bring suit against me. If that isn't reported in a week or so, I'd say you found your stooge.
Great story. I must say, you can be entertaining at times, Mr. Pee Pee
Anne Lynne

Mansfield, OH

#4 May 6, 2013
Contrary to popular belief, there is no law on the books that says you must pay child support. The reason people are jailed/hounded, is because the person has been convicted of contempt. There is not a single warrant written, that says failure to pay child support. Look it up. It isn't there.
Withheld

Erie, PA

#5 May 6, 2013
You're not going to find a "good" attorney that does not charge "an arm and a leg".

Best attorney to get for child supports issues for your money, in my educated opinion, is Mary Payton Jarvie.

http://www.carneyandgood.com/index.html
Withheld

Erie, PA

#6 May 6, 2013
Anne Lynne wrote:
Contrary to popular belief, there is no law on the books that says you must pay child support. The reason people are jailed/hounded, is because the person has been convicted of contempt. There is not a single warrant written, that says failure to pay child support. Look it up. It isn't there.
What is the contempt conviction for, smarts?
thelaw

Erie, PA

#7 May 6, 2013
There is no real need for a lawyer, once the female files, you will pay. It is a process where the numbers from both of your incomes goes in the computer, and the State of PA decides how much is dished out. More often it screws the man, but only because most are the bread winners of the family, if the woman actually makes more, than it will go the other way. There is not too much a lawyer can do for you. The problems come when the bread winner quits his/her job, or get's unemployed, or works under the table, that is what creates problems, and you get into areers. Expect the worse, cause it will happen!
thelaw

Erie, PA

#8 May 6, 2013
Also this all depends on how often you each have the children, if you can actually come up with 50/50 it will not be bad at all, but doesn't happen often!
ben franklin

Mansfield, OH

#13 May 6, 2013
skip the pee pee wrote:
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I could swear I typed the "I" in there. Sound like a frickin' inbred.
number one child support should be handled in civil court. you can't get blood from a stone,or your last three sexual partners. one child without a father, domestic relations can take care of them . its a money making scam anyway. have another baby, goodbye welfare, goodbye foodstamps. millions saved. no thank you needed u frikin idiots;';'//. ;,['
no worry when it comes to

Erie, PA

#14 May 6, 2013
Anne Lynne wrote:
Contrary to popular belief, there is no law on the books that says you must pay child support. The reason people are jailed/hounded, is because the person has been convicted of contempt. There is not a single warrant written, that says failure to pay child support. Look it up. It isn't there.
Paying for college, the feds thrive on perpetuating children out of wedlock, divorce, etc. They encourage it.
For example, when college kids apply for financial aid, the damn feds okay using only the lower income parent. Why not combine for aid? They aren't married, and don't file taxes together(the FAFSA asks for combines income of parents, but why can't they combine for support of kids.

Too bad people that stay together have to combine income and look as of they are rich or so well off and get little or no aid!!! Poor children of divorce, yeah right!!!!!!!!!!

Any body debate me or tell me I am wrong!! I have personally experienced this and seen others take advantage of the screwy system.
Withheld

Erie, PA

#15 May 6, 2013
no worry when it comes to wrote:
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Paying for college, the feds thrive on perpetuating children out of wedlock, divorce, etc. They encourage it.
For example, when college kids apply for financial aid, the damn feds okay using only the lower income parent. Why not combine for aid? They aren't married, and don't file taxes together(the FAFSA asks for combines income of parents, but why can't they combine for support of kids.
Too bad people that stay together have to combine income and look as of they are rich or so well off and get little or no aid!!! Poor children of divorce, yeah right!!!!!!!!!!
Any body debate me or tell me I am wrong!! I have personally experienced this and seen others take advantage of the screwy system.
You're wrong.

/derail
Anne Lynne

Mansfield, OH

#16 May 6, 2013
Withheld wrote:
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What is the contempt conviction for, smarts?
Violating a judge's order. Nothing more.
Lol

Erie, PA

#17 May 6, 2013
What's up with this Paige Peasley ? She any good except about lying or is she like anti guy totally...
Withheld

Erie, PA

#18 May 7, 2013
Anne Lynne wrote:
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Violating a judge's order. Nothing more.
And what exactly is the judge ordering?

I'll just shake my head...

Listen, the civil willful contempt is technically for failure to follow a court order. The court order is made to pay child support - usually after a period of non-payment, failed enforcement action, and standing tall in front of a judge. Most people who make it that far are still given time to begin making right before they're picked up by the sheriff.
A Citizen

Meadville, PA

#19 May 7, 2013
skip the pee pee wrote:
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Sorry. This story is from long, long ago but it's an oldie but a goodie. I'd recommend nobody except distinguished attorney Paige Peasley. Not only did she tell my ex-wife exactly what she would have to say in order to prevail--lies, ready made which DID prevail--but my ex-wife listed the distinguished attorney Peasley on her bankruptcy claim.
That means my ex-wife not only prevailed with her lies but screwed the distinguished attorney Peasley out of her commission or whatever it's called.
Don't believe me? Check if a suit is filed by the distinguished attorney Paige Peasley against a poster named "skip the pee pee" who libeled her.
Point is, what I said is true and in my opinion that makes her an idiot worthy of exploiting. And to prove it, I dare her to bring suit against me. If that isn't reported in a week or so, I'd say you found your stooge.
Paige Peasley is a c__t. Not as smart as she thinks she is. My ex hired her. Paige was guilty of stepping over a dollar to pick up a dime.Worked in my favor. The offer I made my ex was more than what she settled for in the end. Hiring Paige did not work to her advantage.

Since: May 13

Erie, PA

#20 May 7, 2013
I'm not the one who has to pay. I'm talking about getting a lawyer because the office can't do their job right. When we went for our initial conference he didn't even bring pay stubs, they went off what he told them without even looking it up. Now were going back for a modification because 200 a month is too much for him to pay. And I have the child 100% of the time. Apparently I live to far-- in his words.
Withheld

Erie, PA

#21 May 7, 2013
eriemom589 wrote:
I'm not the one who has to pay. I'm talking about getting a lawyer because the office can't do their job right. When we went for our initial conference he didn't even bring pay stubs, they went off what he told them without even looking it up. Now were going back for a modification because 200 a month is too much for him to pay. And I have the child 100% of the time. Apparently I live to far-- in his words.
Having an attorney with you will __force__ the officer to "do their job" and in fairness probably would have forced them to do so in the initial conference. I know the laws better than most attorneys in town, yet when I have gone in - I have taken an attorney with me every time and never once was I sorry that I did.

I've been on both sides of the table (both paying support and receiving support) and I stand by my recommendation of using Mary Payton Jarvie. I've never personally used her. However, she is by far the best for what you'd need her to do for you from what I've observed. She would have surely demanded pay stubs and if they were not produced, she'd have had the payroll department for his employer on the phone asking questions and demanding a faxed copy of his last six months of pay stubs (in addition to ordering a copy of his tax return).

She is definitely worth the retainer if he is trying to skate through the system.
Support Enforcer

Erie, PA

#22 May 7, 2013
eriemom589 wrote:
I'm not the one who has to pay. I'm talking about getting a lawyer because the office can't do their job right. When we went for our initial conference he didn't even bring pay stubs, they went off what he told them without even looking it up. Now were going back for a modification because 200 a month is too much for him to pay. And I have the child 100% of the time. Apparently I live to far-- in his words.
Untrue- An "earning subpoena" is sent to the defendants employer prior to conference. Obviously the defendant is under employed and is paying minimum wage capability.
Support Enforcer

Erie, PA

#23 May 7, 2013
Withheld wrote:
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Having an attorney with you will __force__ the officer to "do their job" and in fairness probably would have forced them to do so in the initial conference. I know the laws better than most attorneys in town, yet when I have gone in - I have taken an attorney with me every time and never once was I sorry that I did.
I've been on both sides of the table (both paying support and receiving support) and I stand by my recommendation of using Mary Payton Jarvie. I've never personally used her. However, she is by far the best for what you'd need her to do for you from what I've observed. She would have surely demanded pay stubs and if they were not produced, she'd have had the payroll department for his employer on the phone asking questions and demanding a faxed copy of his last six months of pay stubs (in addition to ordering a copy of his tax return).
She is definitely worth the retainer if he is trying to skate through the system.
Mary Jarvie did no more than give you a line of bullshit. The support office has a standard procedure to request information from employers. Only two outcomes come from a support conference. 1) an agreement (both parties agree to a monetary support agreement). 2) A recommendation when both parties fail to reach an agreement. The if a recommendation is rendered, you can file a request for a hearing in front of a judge within 20 days, or do nothing and it is entered as a support order.

Many Attorneys give clients a line of bull to do no more then suck money from them. Don't fool yourself in think your attorney hates your ex's attorney. I have witnessed attorney's putting on shows in front of their clients, then patting each other on the back when the clients are gone.

Since: May 13

Erie, PA

#24 May 7, 2013
So is it worth it to get an attorney?

Since: May 13

Erie, PA

#25 May 7, 2013
And when we went they gave us 2 amounts and we had to agree on 1. The first was 100 and the second was 200. I fought for the measley 200 so I can only imagine what is going to happen. I am going to demand pay stubs and w2s myself. And no they didn't have any income info on him. They asked how much he.makes and how many hours he works and went off that. Maybe they will this time. Guess I just got a lazy enforcement officer.

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