Judge orders court appointed attorney to receive close to $12,000 a year in child support.
District Judge redirects $922/month child support from the mother to a court appointed amicus attorney. Amicus attorneys will argue the child support paid to them is for their legal services to the children as ‘necessities of the child’? Does a mother of three children not have important necessities of the children like food and shelter? Instead, the judge ruled the more important ‘necessities for the children’ is to ensure the father pays the court appointed attorney on a monthly basis, and not his children’s mother, until all three children turn 18.