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Can You Modify a Child Support Order?
Can You Modify a Child Support Order?

Each parent, unless otherwise ordered, has a responsibility to emotionally and financially support their child. Even when a support order is issued, the amount of the award can change over time as needs and financial statuses shift. Either parent can file a motion to modify ...

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