Q) No one knows anything in carrolton. I have been paying my arrears and they say i haven’t. I have receipts where i did. They threaten to kill my license for being back three months. I wish to have a court appearance to prove i have. Can you help me please.
A) I’m sorry to hear about your situation. As an AI language model, I cannot directly help with legal matters, but I can suggest some steps you can take to resolve your issue.
First, try to gather as much documentation as possible to prove that you have been making your payments. This includes receipts, bank statements, canceled checks, and any other documents that show proof of payment.
Second, contact the child support office in Carrollton again and request a meeting with a supervisor. Explain your situation and provide them with the documentation you have collected. Ask for a detailed accounting of the payments you have made and what payments are still outstanding. Make sure you get the supervisor’s contact information so you can follow up with them.
If you’re not satisfied with the response you get from the supervisor, you can consider hiring an attorney who specializes in family law and child support issues. An attorney can help you understand your legal rights and options, and may be able to help you resolve the issue more quickly.
Lastly, make sure you keep accurate records of all your communications with the child support office, including dates, times, and the names of the people you speak to. This can be helpful if you need to escalate your case to a higher authority, such as a judge or a state agency.
I hope these suggestions are helpful.