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May 01, 2009

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Dirk Lorenzen

The children are emancipated. Wage garnishments is unsuccessful since Mr. Sibley claimed to earn no money. He was incarcerated for a time for contempt. There are judgments against Mr. Sibley in favor of each of his three children from his first marriage arising from his improper use of their trust accounts to defray his support obligations.
That said, Mr. Sibley aggressively advocated the positions he believed in throughout the protacted family law litigation that led to his discipline. This included appealing dozens of time and bringing extensive ancillary litigation.

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what happened to wage garnishment? I doubt the child support can be paid if the guy can't work... duh

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