Well, actually to his sister, since she is handling his finances (cause he's too much of a fuckup to do it himself).
As I indicated in my previous email to you, **** is delinquent in his child support payments. He told me the week before last that he was planning on making a payment this past weekend (when he had the kids). I asked him earlier this week if he had done so, and he has not responded to any of my texts. I can only assume that this means that he did not make a payment and is afraid to tell me that.
Since I have received no response from ****, and no indication that a payment is on the way, I have no choice but to take the next logical step. I have already sent ****a message with these details, and I am giving you the courtesy of extending this information to you, as you are acting as his "financialadvisor". If a payment of at least $700 has not been received by the Division of Child Support Enforcement by February 5th, 2013, I will file a motion for contempt of court for failure to pay child support. As I'm sure you are aware, he is currently in violation of the child support order in the final order of divorce.
Not paying his obligations has been an ongoing problem for **** for years. I was hoping that, as his "financial advisor", you would assist him with his financial obligations. I was further hoping that you would understand (as **** does not seem to) that child support payments are not a bill that can be set aside to be worried about later, but an obligation as significant as his own rent or various bills. ****'s decision not to seek employment after his recent firing and his subsequent inability to pay his child support obligations are not my problem and I am tired of being the one who is suffering because of ****'s poor decisions.
I would be willing to work with you on a payment arrangement if that is something that you are open to, but if there is no payment received and no response from you in regards to an arrangement, I will be filing a motion as indicated above.