Monthly Archives: July 2008

Incarcerated Ohio Father’s Ten-Month Old Son is Violently Abused Yet Children’s Services Refuses to Act

The following is a letter I received from an incarcerated Ohio father: To whom it may concern, My name is xxxxxxx xxxxxxx. I am 24 years old and a father who needs help. I’m not sure who exactly to address … Continue reading

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The Hamilton County CSEA Seizes $4200 in Tax Returns but Refuses to Credit my Support Obligation

I was involuntarily separated from my employer in December 2007. From January 2008 through May 2008, I had no income and therefore could not pay my $900.00/mo child support obligation; A monthly obligation that I am ordered to pay despite … Continue reading

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Ohio Council for Fathers Rights Wishes all Loving Dads a Happy Fathers Day

To all loving fathers nationwide, I wish you a very happy and enjoyable Father’s Day today. More specifically, to those who dared to become fathers and who have paid the ultimate price – felony convictions and incarceration through no fault … Continue reading

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Please Join Us for the Upcoming “Million Father March 2008”

I would like to thank Steve Killpack, Board of Directors, Ohio Practitioner’s Network for Fathers and Families (OPNFF) for providing the following information about the upcoming Million Father March. Please consider joining OPNFF, OCFFR and thousands of other Father’s Rights … Continue reading

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An Ohio Attorney Who Claims that Child Support Obligations are “Always” Modifiable

The letter below was submitted by me (Tony Fantetti) via a law firm’s web site user-input form. On that site, an Ohio attorney claims that child support is “always” modifiable if there exists a material change of circumstance for the … Continue reading

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