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child support being revisited, rights of a father who is currently

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child support being revisited, rights of a father who is currently serving overseas and does it make sense to have representation, parents were never married.
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Lawmoe replied 6 years ago.

It always makes sense to have representation, particularly if that person is unable to attend the hearing or participate fully in the proceedings. Calculations can be argued, things can be missed. If you are not aware of the law and the arguments that exist, you may find that you are strapped with an order that can have long lasting implications.

 

I wish you son well and thank him for his service.

 

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