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My husband recently found out he had a court hearing for child support 4 days before because he was filing a motion at the time for joint custody. The clerk told him he was already on the docket for this support case and he should show up and argue that he was never served for this hearing. When he showed up at court, the petitioner wasn't even there. He stood before the judge and told him he was never served and when asked how he knew about the court date he explained about his filing a motion and came across this paperwork in the file. The judge then said "We'll she's not here so the matter is dropped" Now would she be able to re-file for support? If so, does she have to start from scratch and pay court fees all over again?This is a new order for support after an ex parte hearing where he temporarily lost a percentage of his custody. He has filed his own motion to refute the allegations and to restore his joint/physical custody and has a court date in Dec.