I got some very goods news today. I took all of the advice I was given here very seriously and one of you had suggested from the start that I try writing a letter to my local/state politicians, looking for help. Because after I tried turning for help through CSE in this matter, I was met with a lot of resistance from a caseworker there. The caseworker was very unpleasant with me, even to the point of downright rude and instead of getting help, all it did was get me even more upset after talking to her. This did not help matters or the situation at all, in fact only made matters worse.
In my frustration, I took the advice from here to heart, figured that I had nothing to loose and sent a letter to my local Congresswoman and then also to the Governor of VA. I had not heard anything back yet, had not even expected too at this point, when today I got a call from a supervisor at CSE. The supervisor who called was extremely kind, caring, compassionate and wanted to see what she could do to help and ease my mind and answer any questions I still had.
It seems the letter to the Governor's office was forwarded to her office, to be looked into, followed up on and taken care of. Even better, it seems after this CSE supervisor got my letter from the Governor's office, read it, a letter from CSE was immediately sent to my ex-h. In that letter it stated directly, from CSE, that he must submit his new employment information to them right away. The supervisor called today to let me know all of this and that my ex-h has now responded to them, with all of his information and a new garnishment order will now be submitted to his new employer, as soon as possible. Hip, hip hurray!!! I wanted to share the good news in all of this. It paid to be persistent and not give up! Thank you again everyone. I may not have ever done this, if not encouraged to.
Hugs to all,
"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass...it's about learning to dance in the rain."