If you have a case with the State of Florida, Department of Revenue, Office of Child Support Enforcement, you may want to consider obtaining an attorney to represent you individually.
The attorney that is hired by the Department of Revenue ONLY represents the Department of Revenue and not the individuals involved in the child support case.
You may want to consider hiring your own legal
representation, whether you are pursuing child support or you are being sued for child support.
If you desire private representation, you need to hire a qualified, experienced attorney to protect your interests.
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Family Law Blog
Florida Statute 742.18 deals with the dis-establishment of paternity and termination of a child support obligation in the State of Florida. This l...