Q: Question about my first court date after objection of child support order.
Will I need a lawyer for this court date, for the tax exemption, and my Fathers rights? And will a shared parenting plan be a separate court hearing after this one?
Custody and child support are held in separate proceedings. If you are still at the administrative level, which I suspect you are if you filed objections, then CSEA has very little wiggle room on child support calculations. Typically you would seek to have the order adopted by the Juvenile court and then seek a modification.
Custody needs to be filed in Juvenile court as a separate matter.
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