If you do not qualify for legal aid, that means you have income above the poverty level. If no pro bono attorney will accept your case, it means it is too complex and we attorneys have to earn a living as well to support our families. If the Judge will not give you time, it means there is nothing pending.
So, you need to be at the law library Monday morning and learn how to read the law and fight this. Whatever question you have, the answer is either in the statute or in case law.
If you have truly never received Child Support, you need to go sit in the local office of the Department of Revenue, CSE, and ask for help.
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The judge will not have a hearing because you have most likely not filed anything, i.e. a motion that needs to be heard. A judge will not have a hearing based off a letter. You need an attorney or as my colleague suggested, you need to take action on your own.
You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation since every case is different and not all information is relayed in an online question. The Law Office of Ophelia Bernal-Mora, P.A. is a family law firm located in Orlando, Florida, we invite you to contact us and welcome your calls at 407-354-5223. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.
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