Thank you for your question. Although I am an attorney, I cannot represent you. However, I will give you the most thorough information I am able.
There is no statute of limitations on Child Support. Once support accrues, it does not go away until it is paid. (Absent extenuating circumstances. For example, there are situations wherein the other parent can agree to wipe out child support arrears and/or child (once they have matured), but generally the amounts continue to accrue interest until they are aid.
Sorry, not aid, paid.
In order to find an attorney who would be willing to get involve pro bono, you may consider contacting your local legal aid office and/or your local state bar office. Either office may have a list of attorneys who are willing to undertake pro bono child support cases and may be able to make the requisite introduction.
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