Who Can Answer Questions About My Court Order?
The Clerk of Court or Regional Child Support Enforcement Unit (RCSEU), if you are receiving services from the RCSEU, should have copies of your court order and may be able to answer your questions. If you need a copy of your order or you believe that it was entered incorrectly on FACSES, you can contact either the Clerk or the RCSEU. The State Disbursement Unit does not have a copy of the order and only has access to the information that the Clerk of Court entered on FACSES. Your private attorney, if you hired one, should also have copy of your order and may be in the best position to answer questions or refer you to the proper source.
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