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    HELP! What do I do? and how can I stay out of court??

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    If you get called the tell the lawyer who calls you that you have a 'professional fee' that has to be paid to show up at court. LOTS of professions ask for their fees to be paid. We should be NO different. Most lawyers will pay it because, really, all they care about is winning and they just pass the "fee" they have to pay you on to the client in the end.

    Ask for a day's wages plus whatever it costs to care for YOUR kids too.

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    Wow....do you really have to go?
    Is it an official summons where it leaves you no choice or is it voluntary?
    Couldn't you speak to the mom and ask her to retract you as one of her witnesses and say it would be a big hardship for you? can't you give her a letter instead?
    Not sure...just suggestions you could try

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