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Someone i know wants to take their ex to court for child support then said they were going to drop the charges, but can the state still take them to court even if she doesn't?
If the custodial parent receives public aid for the child, yes.
yes, the state can pursue the case if the child support recipient or the children ever received public aid in any form including medical benefits.
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