I recently had an administrative hearing for child support modification. I was told I could request a judicial review through the courts. But, would I be able to request an administrative rehearing? The other party did not provide receipts for expenses and income has increased by 20%.
First, time is an important issue and you need to follow those lines. Secondly, the question is the basis for a rehearing-obviously you could have asked for or proven the increased income at the time of the hearing. Thirdly, you should hire a lawyer to deal with both issues-administrative and court- for your own protection.
Each state has their own administrative system and a Missouri lawyer would know the proper way to proceed in your case.
There are very specific timelines for Administravive Hearings. If you are past the deadline, you may have to file for a Modification through the courts.
I would contact an attorney in the county you live in to review your case.
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