How can I get a child support referees decision over turned when a referee hearing was not requested?
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Hearings go to a referee as a matter of efficiency because the court system would be overwhelmed if judges had to hear and decide every single child support modification; the law provides that the referee’s findings and conclusions, though, can be appealed to a judge. It sounds like this process has played out, though, and that the time for further appeal or modification had lapsed.
Take a copy of the child support order and supporting documents to a family law attorney near you to review and see if anything more can be done.