Filing a Child Support Objection
Do you disagree with the court’s child support ruling? Watch this video to learn more information about filing a child support objection.
Can I appeal a child support ruling?
In the event you disagree with a magistrate’s decision regarding your child support obligation, you can file an appeal by the way of an objection. They’re filed in the family court and get assigned to a family court judge. If you were served with the order in court, then you have 30 days from that date to file your objections. If you were served by mail, then you would have 35 days to file your objections. You should know, though, that there are other requirements that you’d have to comply with, such as the filing of an affidavit of service. The regulations on how to file your objections can be found on the office of the court administration’s website.
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