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I received a hearing notice about my child support case from Probation. What will the hearing be about and must I attend?

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I received a hearing notice about my child support case from Probation. What will the hearing be about and must I attend?

The notice is to let you know that Probation has scheduled a hearing to enforce your court order of support. This enforcement hearing could be about support payments, health care insurance coverage and/or related issues. The obligor (person ordered to pay child support, alimony, daycare, or to contribute to health care insurance) must be present at the hearing. The obligee (person ordered to receive services on a child’s behalf) is not required to be present unless the court papers indicate that attendance is required.