Child Support: The Responsibility of Being Responsible

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Child Support: The Responsibility of Being Responsible

By: Donald F. Tynes Jr., PMP


About the Book

Child Support: The Responsibility of Being Responsible is for those persons who are entering the world of child support. This book will tell the story of what author Donald F. Tynes Jr., PMP went through and the pitfalls he faced, as well as give men and women and teen boys and girls an inside look at what to expect if they cannot work out their differences about child rearing and child support.


About the Author

Donald F. Tynes Jr., PMP is a husband and a dad. Currently, he works as a Project Engineer/Manager at a local chemical plant. He likes to spend time with his family and become involved in their interests. He likes cars and is very interested in owning a muscle car and restoring them to mint condition. Donald also likes to go deep-sea fishing. He tries to go fishing at least once a year in the gulf or off the Atlantic Ocean.


(2020, Paperback, 72 Pages)


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  • 5
    Conversational tone and great advice !

    Posted by Asia on Apr 30th 2020

    This book is full of great advice for those that have kids and are going through the child support system. I liked how it seems like I’m having a conversation with the author, and he’s telling me what he’s gone through with dealing with the court systems and some mistakes that he’s made which he’s learned from. This is guaranteed a good read for advice or just to be knowledgeable about this topic in general.

  • 5
    Very informative

    Posted by Tiphanie Cross on Apr 2nd 2020

    I enjoyed this book so much that I read it in a day. The author writes as if he is talking to a group of people that he genuinely cares about. He tells of his own experiences with the hopes that his readers will learn from his mistakes. This book was very informative, and I’d definitely recommend it to anyone with kids who is going through a divorce or separation.