Court emancipated the child but money still went to CP. CP was at the hearing when ruling was made. Did not contest. I was still garnished and CP received money.
You can certainly try, but on your own you don't stand a chance of being successful. Even with an experienced attorney it will be a difficult situation, and without reviewing all the legal pleadings and documents in the Court's file, it will be hard to ascertain the exact situation. Good luck.
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First, you should calculate just what you are fighting for, i.e. a few hundred dollars vs. several thousand dollars. Provided it is financially worth the effort, you may want to start be seeking an amicable resolution with your ex which can be confirmed by way of a Consent Order. Alternatively, to secure relief you will have to file a Motion with the court.
For a reliable opinion regarding the likelihood of success via such a Motion you should schedule a consultation with an experienced family law attorney who can take the time to review with you "all" the relevant facts and circumstances.
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