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- Who Can Get These Services?
- How Do I Apply For These Services?
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- How Long Will It Be Before I Receive Payments?
- How Can I Find Out If A Payment Has Been Made?
- Why Are There Child Support Guidelines In The First Place?
- Can I Get A Copy Of The Guidelines?
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- Can I Get The Judge To Make An Exception For My Case?
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