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You need to provide evidence of your payments to Child Support Recovery. Otherwise, you would need to file Motion with the Court for relief. The Court would also need some evidence of your payments in order to stop Child Support Recovery from going after you.
You do not need to have an Attorney. You can file Motion with the Court asking to be given credit for the child support payments previously made. You have to reference the case number ***** the case, the original child support Order docket number. You can obtain blank Motion forms at the Courthouse in the Clerk's office.
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