an order was agreed upon for visitation (that the judge specifically said in the papers would remain between the child and parent) and maintenance, but recently the other party has filed a motion amending the agreement. the judge is modifying the said to order. the lawyer is claiming it is "how they are interpreting the order". does this mean I can go after child support? it has never been ordered or collected. also if I have an attorney, and have for years, can he just designate anyone to go into the court room for my case, even though they would have no knowledge of it?
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