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Child Support Case Breaks Precedent

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Old June 22nd 03, 04:22 PM
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Child Support Case Breaks Precedent
In 1999, the courts ruled that from then on, there are no limitations on how far back you can go to collect child support. - CBS 13 Texas

He says he always paid his share and supports his children. But now, despite the fact that their three children are in their late twenties, the courts in Gaines County say it's not to late for backpay. "In April 2003, I won a judgement for over $19,000 and that's interest and penalties and back child support.

there are no limitations on how far back you can go to collect child support

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