They will most likely make a determination of child support without him, and then they will have to locate him to enforce it.
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If he does not appear, an order directing him to pay child support could be entered in his absence. He has a continuing obligation to notify the court of his address. The mother of his child/ren can move to enforce the judgment through the Florida circuit courts of the Department of Revenue.
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