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No, I do not have a copy of my most recent child support order

 

You have indicated that you are the parent paying support and that you do not have a copy of your most recent child support court order. You will need to obtain a copy of the most recent court order in your case before you can go to court to change it.

In order to get a copy of the most recent court order in your child support case, contact the court where you got your original child support order. If your court order is several years old, you may have to contact an office in Trenton. Use the link below to view a list of courthouse addresses and phone numbers in each county where you can go to change your child support order.

View more information about how to request court records, along with the correct record request forms.

It is better to go to the courthouse to get a copy of the order. However, if you cannot get to the courthouse and are making your request by mail make sure to include a postage pre-paid envelope. 

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