Well the two go hand in hand let me tell you. First check out what the guy is saying (not highlighted portions). Petunia Commentary to follow...
Laryy Broyer (email@example.com) says:
I'm curious if anybody has sued thier EX for making false
statements, regarding support payments. My Ex is playing games,
Gonna have to hire a lawyer etc. etc. I've been through so much
crap with this women, and her sneaky underhanded actions, continue
to surprise me.
I've got lock solid proof her accounting practices are far from
reality. There has to be away to teach her a lesson, to never again
temped to manipulate the system for personal gain.
I'm old now, and really just don't want the added stress of dealing
with this stuff anymore. 28 years of constant attacks is enough.
Gonna hire a lawyer, and be done with it. Can't afford it, but
what else can I do. All those years of stress, have taken thier toll.
Recently the company I was working for closed. They always seem to hit
you when your most vulnerable. Then thiers my son, he doesn't need this crap either, can I sue on both of our behalfs.
Well doing the math would love for you to point out to me why you have been dealing with this for TWENTY EIGHT (28) years? The longest period of time to be paiyng child support is generally 18-22 years (if you must continue through college). generally though it is 18 years of age. So an extra 10 years on top? Maybe, just maybe Lumpen Larry, it is because you did not pay what you were supposed to pay and she got a judgment for interest. Now you will be paying this for a very long time. Should have saved your self some money and aggravation. A bank would have been cheaper from which to borrow than the state.
Do we have to spell it out for these guys?