My child support arrearages were stopped last year but after several tries, the prosecuting attorney has never answered my communications (fax, email or phone call messages).
Due to the number of problems I now have - especially financially needing to be cleared up (liens, notices to garnish wages at a temp employer I would still work for, etc.) I am wanting to understand:
Since my case was null and void - based on fraud on a document and fraud on the court (as well as domestic violence against me) - I want to know what happened in that the arrearages mysteriously stopped without final notice of any kind by anyone. I feel deserted not wanting to stay in my present poverty any longer.
She continues to dodge my questions. Can one sue the prosecuting attorney (or her dept.) that handles the interstate child support collections since I started this case in another state? Her not wanting to answer to my questions for several months; over a year at least, seems to have left me without funds due to several issues not getting cleared off my records.