“The sight of my mother driving into the park an hour after I nearly drowned was like being stranded on a rooftop after hurricane Katrina, frightened and scared, then seeing the helicopter come. Moms are always there for us, but are we always there for them? A mother of three is divorced by her husband and month after month the child support checks don’t arrive. Her job barely pays enough to cover the costs of daycare. The child support checks he’s supposed to send would allow Mom to buy groceries and pay the rent. But those checks don’t come. Hubby has cash for a girlfriend and a new car, but he’s always too strapped to pay his child support. And the courts do nothing…”
[legal reform, deadbeat dads]
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