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Consent Order Does Not Bar Support Request (access required)

Although a couple’s consent order provided that it was “pendente lite” and did not “create any presumptive effect in any subsequent child support proceedings,” another provision of the order said either party could seek a modification of the support award based on showing a non-voluntary change in financial circumstances, and the trial court did not ...

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