We met at the OAG back in December 17th, 2018 for the child support payment modification. We agreed to an amount of $806 per month. We signed the documents and everything, and I thought that everything was set. To my surprise, I got the notice for the court hearing for the nunc pro tunc. Do I need to hire an attorney for the hearing?
Its difficult to say without knowing what it is that they are trying to correct. A Nunc Pro Tunc is used to change clerical errors- so if they had the wrong county or address somewhere, a name was mispelled, or a some other non-substantive change was needed. A Nunc Pro Tunc cannot be used to change the substance of the order, like the amount of support. I would look over the order and the proposed change to see if it is something you need to hire an attorney- i.e. if they are trying to change the amount of support or when its paid, etc. then sit down with an attorney.
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