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Fraudulent Address Delays Support (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms a child support order effective as of the date mother was served with father’s motion; father committed fraud providing his attorney a known bad address six months earlier so that service had no effect. Father and mother divorced after 12 and one-half years of marriage and three children. ...

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