Obtain Court Ordered Child and Family Support

For 3 1/2 years, Tonya Boykin and her children, Jonathan and Isabella, have been discriminated against by the Family Court System as well as harassed by judges and attorneys who exploited them for money instead of advocated on their behalf. The mother was a stay at home parent for some 10 years when the father left in 2006. The father made a considerable income on which the family was dependent, but withdrew almost all financial support in 2006 when he left the marital relationship for another woman. Since this time, the mother has had to defend herself against his attorney's outrageous smear campaign meant to prevent the father from having any responsibilities to his family. The court system has refused to enforce court ordered child support and other stipulations in the permanent custody order. Therefore, the mother and children are losing their home while the father lives in prosperity. In addition, they have been forced to rely on public assistance to survive. Most recently, the judge in this case retaliated against the mother for speaking to the news about her situation and allowed opposing counsel to schedule a motion for the mother to receive a psychological evaluation, but refused to hear Ms. Boykin's Child Support Motion until February 2010. Although cases are to be disposed of within some 180 days from the time of filing, Ms. Boykin has waited some 1, 095 days and still cannot get any help from the judge. Moreover, the opposing counsel in this case, Debbie Sandlin, keeps the case in litigation constantly to prevent the mother from being able to afford attorney fees. Ms. Boykin is asking the judge to hear and enforce the mother's child support /family support motion on November 16, 2009.

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