Why didn't you collect child support when they were younger and presumably needed it more? Your ability to get arrears is fact specific. And if you have children by 4 different men, then it is exponentially more complicated (or at least 4 times more complicated) to determine if you already established a support obligation in each case. If not, it might not be too late but you need to see an attorney because you have too many things going on. Good luck.
Bill Rosenfelt 407-462-8787 (Orlando/Longwood/Central Florida)
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I believe you have previously asked this question and received responses from a panel of attorneys. You need to contact a local attorney to see if you have any recourse but it might be a little too late. If I recall correctly, you stated that your children are grown already.
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