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Divorce and FD Docket Proceedings for Child Support and Custody and Parenting Time

Dec 7, 2015 @ 04:37 PM — by Michael Green

Divorce and FD Docket Proceedings for Child Support and Custody and Parenting Time with unmarried parties with children.  There are some matters between parties that have to occur in front of a court officer for probation that is generally an attorney hired by the county to hear these matters.  Generally, they can only order child support based on the existing status quo of parenting time between the parties and with the requisite proofs of income from the parties which generally includes three pay stubs or income taxes if you are self-employed.  Custody and Parenting Time is then referred to mediation if the parties cannot agree.  If the parties cannot agree in mediation, then the case is referred to be heard by a Judge in court.  You can bring a divorce attorney or divorce lawyer or family lawyer or family attorney with you to the Court if you so choose.

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