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Joe Blessett v Texas et al 3:2022cv00009

Blessett demands the OAG show material evidence of Blessett’s informed consent or a valid judicial state court order to the contractual terms of the Title IV-D program.
 
 
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Injunctive Relief, Estoppel of all Texas Office of Attorney General Child Support Enforcement Division

Injunctive Relief, Estoppel of all Texas Office of Attorney General Child Support Enforcement Division against BLESSETT.
 
 
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Injunctive Relief, Estoppel of Title IV-D Administrative Enforcement Penalties

Cause of action equitable estoppel ‘of Title IV-D Administrative Enforcement penalties under 42 U.S. Code § 652, 42 U.S. Code § 654 (16), 42 U.S. Code § 654 (20), 42 U.S. Code § 654 (21), 42 U.S. Code § 654 (27)(B)(ii), 42 U.S. Code § 654 (31), 42 U.S. Code § 664 and 42 U.S. Code § 666 No sane person of maturity would submit to a Title IV-D financial obligation if made aware of their right to decline the federal program services.
 
 
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Injunctive Relief, Estoppel of all Department of Health and Human Services

There is no obligation in law for the father to accept the terms of Title IV of the Social Security Act nationwide program or provisions enforced by the Hague Convention for child support. It is a contract, you can say no.
 
 
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Injunctive Relief, Equitable Estoppel of Texas Family Code Sec. 158.210 and Sec.232.0022

Texas Family Code Sec. 158.210 and Sec.232.0022 Suspension or Nonrenewal of Motor Vehicle Registration interfere with the freedom and liberty to travel and restrictions on interstate commerce. Joe Blessett challenged the state codes pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2403 as repugnant to the U.S. Constitution and conflicts with federal statutes of Title IV-D of the Social Security Act.
 
 
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Joe Blessett v. Texas Office of the Attorney General Galveston County Child Support Enforcement Division No. 21-999. U.S. Supreme Court

Petition for writ of cetiorari in the above entitled case was filed on December 3, 2021 and place on the docket January 13, 2022 as No.21-999
 
 
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American Bar Association

The American Bar Association and the National Conference of State Legislatures, the Committee originally decided that the interstate aspects of child support enforcement could be adequately addressed through amendments to Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act revision (RURESA).
 
 
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Joe Blessett's Motion for Production of Documents from Texas.pdf

Joe Blessett requesting the documents that give Texas Title IV-D program to standing to enforce
 
 
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TEXAS STATE DEFENDANTS’ MOTION TO DISMISS

Texas defense moves to protect Gregg Abbott, Ken Paxton and Steven McCraw
 
 
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TEXAS STATE DEFENDANTS’ MOTION TO STAY DISCOVERY

Texas defense moves to stop Blesset's production of documents
 
 
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OBJECTION TO TEXAS STATE DEFENDANTS’ MOTION TO STAY DISCOVERY

Texas defense moves to stop Blesset's production of documents