Yes. Line 3 CLEARLY states "If you and your spouse have entered into a written agreement about child support, submit a copy of the agreement to the court along with the completed Worksheet..."
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I.suggest you take every step necessary to get the child support obiligation reduced to an enforceable court order.
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Yes you still have to fill out the form.
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