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PSA Support Change Not ‘Self-Executing’ (access required)

Although a father claims the parties’ PSA allowed him to reduce child support after he left his overseas assignment with a private defense contractor in Iraq, the Court of Appeals upholds a trial court judgment that PSA’s support modification provision was not self-executing and father owes $39,000 in arrearages. The Property Settlement Agreement was affirmed, ratified ...

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