You are correct an attorney would be quite helpful for your situation. Be sure to have the latest support and parenting time order available to scan or fax. Also, you're ex-husband's information including the name and addresses of each employer.
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You need a Michigan attorney located near the court where the case is located. It certainly appears that your facts should allow you some relief. Interview via phone highly rated attorneys in the vicinity in order to keep the travel costs within reason and select the one you like the most..
For the same reason, provide all of the information you have, and the present order
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