I am sorry to hear this; under FL statute(###) ###-####the revenue department has authority to enter an administrative order for child support if the department renders services/subsidies on behalf of the child. If the parent does not respond the agency will enter the order and it will be binding.
Page 198 of the judicial benchbook deals with administrative orders; and page 199 deals with modification of orders; please see:
An overview of the administrative process:
This case details how the circuit court cannot set aside an administrative order but they may prospectively modify that order; please see page 4 and 5:
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