Contact your local child support office and tell them about your situation. If all else fails, attend the hearing and tell the special advocate that you unintentionally closed the case online.
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Mr Crowe's answer is the best way of approaching this matter. Do not stress too much over this and if you find yourself unable to wait until the Court date, go down to the Child Support Office before the hearing date.
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