AL child-support attorney Kristi Smith says her client has been fighting for more than a decade for the right to pay child support.

Smith has worked as an attorney for child support agencies for more in 10 years.

She’s been an advocate for child custody and visitation rights since she was 18 years old.

Smith is a child-custody attorney in Alabama.

She says her clients often work with the child support system, and they may have to fight to get a child support order.

She says that while they may be able to pay, it can sometimes be difficult to see that the child is being taken care of.

Smith says, “I think that the system, the state system, is a mess.”

She says, they are going to fight for their rights, and she hopes that people will be aware of what’s happening.

“Alcohol and drug use, abuse, and dependency on child support often have a huge impact on the children, Smith says.

Child support attorney Krista Smith says she often sees a child who has an alcohol problem, or drug addiction, and needs help.

She thinks the child may be at risk for suicide.

She also thinks that the parent may be abusing the child and that child may not be safe to be with.

Smith also sees a lot of parents who may not know what their child is going through and they are just waiting to see what happens to their child.”

I think that child care, especially child care for young children, needs to be done in a safe environment. “

I hope people understand that child support is a very, very complex and hard issue.

I think that child care, especially child care for young children, needs to be done in a safe environment.

It needs to happen with a parent who has been working on their child, not with somebody who is not.”

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