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You must file a written response to the petition to amend child support filed by your ex. As part of your response, you can reference evidence in your written response and attach the documents/evidence to your response.
The response should be filed with the court clerk.
Then, you will be allowed to present the evidence to the judge at the court hearing. You may also need to have any person able to testify appear at the hearing.
The clerk's office will issue the subpoena. Some county clerks provide forms and some do not. Thus, you'll just have to find out whether the clerk has this form from its office.
If so, you can find sample subpoenas duces tecum online.
Yes, you would need to make a subpoena out to each bank you want records from.
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