July 21st, 1988 Robert Mansfield entered into a voluntary agreement to provide support for his child in the amount of $50.00 per week. (Click here to see exhibit A). Sixty weeks later Mr. Mansfield was $3,000.00 dollars behind in his payments indicating that he had failed to contribute a single cent toward the care of his then two year old son.
In an effort to get Mansfield to live up to his responsibility, his ex-wife, Noreen Mansfield, petitioned the court to force him to comply. (Click on exhibit B1, exhibit B2 and exhibit B3.) In this agreement Robert Mansfield agreed to pay an additional $5.00 per week along with his regular $50.00 a week payment in order to catch up on his arrearages. This meant that Mansfield would catch up on his responsibilities in just five short years provided he made his payments in a timely manner. The records indicate Mansfield fell miserably short of his promise.
June 1st, 1995 Robert Mansfield was ordered jailed for contempt of court. (Click on exhibit C1 and exhibit C2.) He was over $8,000.00 behind in child support by that time and had failed to appear at a court ordered May 23rd hearing on the matter. Due to his incarceration, Mansfield attended his July 18th hearing but was returned to prison immediately thereafter. (Click on exhibit D)
June 1st, 1997 Robert Mansfield was ordered by the court to provide support for two more children in the amount of $151.00 per week. (Click on exhibit E.) In this case as well, Mansfield neglected his responsibility and the Office of Child Support Enforcement for Queen Anne’s County once again requested the court to incarcerate him for his willful contempt of court. (Click on exhibit F.)
From March, 1990 to July, 2001, twenty different employers of Robert Mansfield were ordered by the court to seize portions of his pay in order to obtain unpaid child support. (Click on exhibit G, exhibit H, exhibit I, exhibit J, exhibit K, exhibit L, exhibit M, exhibit N, exhibit O, exhibit P, exhibit Q, exhibit R, exhibit S, exhibit T, exhibit U, exhibit V, exhibit W, exhibit X, exhibit Y, and exhibit Z.)
Certainly there are far more documents that could be presented on this matter but what has been presented here should adequately reveal upsetting insight into Mr. Mansfield. And besides, we used the whole alphabet.
There is more to come on Mr. Mansfield.