I was served for child support and I can't find the dang paperwork but don't want to miss the court appearance. Where do I look for my date?
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You would have been served with a Petition and a Summons. That Summons provided instructions on how to contest the relief requested in the Petition. Filing an Answer or other response is usually required. If none was filed with the 21 days immediately following the date of service, there will be no need for a hearing. Whether any information will be found on the Idaho iCourt website is uncertain as many types of family law cases are sealed to the public. It may be necessary to contact the office of the Clerk of the Court, and prove your identity to access information from the case file.
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