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The non­custodial parent has the right to be represented by a lawyer. The non­custodial parent has the right to have his/her attorney present at any meeting requested by the FSD or local child support agency. For more information, contact a private attorney, a family law facilitator`s office, a legal clinic or a local Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service.

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