If you disagree with your FINAL child support order, you have the right to object. This means you can ask the court to look at the facts of your case again. This is called filing an objection (ob-JEK-shun).

Either party (person) in a child support case is allowed to object. To object, you need a copy of the signed child support order. You also need a copy of the "Findings of Fact" used to decide the order. To get an objection form, go to the family court of your county. Click below for step-by-step instructions on how to object or rebut the order. 

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Last Reviewed: April 25, 2023