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Do I have to go before a judge to drop arrears in a child support case?

1 Answers. Asked on Oct 23rd, 2012 on Family Law - Texas
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I have already sent a request to the child support division
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Ms. Helene Thaissa W. Bergman at The Bergman Law Firm
Licenced in TX
Answered on Nov 05th, 2012 at 3:41 PM

Not enough that you requested anything with the AG in Texas. They are too busy.  Get some legal help to go with you to sort out the problems. 

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