Ability-to-pay defense motion
Motion to defend against child-support enforcement or contempt proceedings
We are still experimenting with the book reader technology. The book opens to a window that is too small to read but you can expand to full page view to make it easy to read. This is the full screen icon. Press it to expand to full screen mode. Press escape key to return to normal mode. We expect to be able to make the normal screen larger and easier to read soon. You can see the interactive table of contents by clicking on the bookmarks icon.
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