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KingChicken Donating Member (814 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jan-14-05 01:50 PM
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47. How can you say that?
Now your saying he can get away not paying? He want's to take care of his son, but he wants to do it like a normal father, not like a slave!

You still don't seem to understand, he has no problem bending over backwards for his son, the problem is the inflexibility of the system. He has a serious problem right now with income, he needs the system to give him some room to breath, he will pick up the slack with his time....

Oh well Im exhausted from all this talk, I just feel bad about the situation, I just can't feel bad for the mother in this case, she has everything she needs for herself, and he provides most of the rest for the child. No victim, just unfair laws in the state of Michigan.
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