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Where can you get a copy of the petition to print up for the court to stop paying child support?

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2017-03-14 16:32:49
2017-03-14 16:32:49

You can pick up a copy if you visit the court. Also, you could search online for the family court in your jurisdiction. They may have printable forms available at their website.

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No. The court will ask for the father's name on the petition so that he can be notified. If the father is paying child support he will be sent notice of the name change petition. Even if the child doesn't have his name he can object to the proposed change of name and the court will consider his objection before it renders a decision.No. The court will ask for the father's name on the petition so that he can be notified. If the father is paying child support he will be sent notice of the name change petition. Even if the child doesn't have his name he can object to the proposed change of name and the court will consider his objection before it renders a decision.No. The court will ask for the father's name on the petition so that he can be notified. If the father is paying child support he will be sent notice of the name change petition. Even if the child doesn't have his name he can object to the proposed change of name and the court will consider his objection before it renders a decision.No. The court will ask for the father's name on the petition so that he can be notified. If the father is paying child support he will be sent notice of the name change petition. Even if the child doesn't have his name he can object to the proposed change of name and the court will consider his objection before it renders a decision.


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