I got my kids from their dad in November but never want through the courts to switch everything and now child support is coming after me.
Now you need to go to court to modify the prior order. Please call an attorney to make sure which court you should file in. If the father is in agreement, it should be easy and inexpensive, but you should have an attorney to assist you.
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