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Can you sue the Texas state attorney generals office for negligence in a child support case?

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Yes you can. In the event you are a father who has been ordered to pay child support; and the mother moves leaving no forwarding address and the AG does not take this into consideration. You can and should sue. Many fathers are now banding together to submit a class action suit. reach out to fatheradvocate@aol.com for further information.
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