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I Don't Have Any Money-Why Is My Co-Parent Asking Me to Pay Attorney Fees?
I Don't Have Any Money-Why Is My Co-Parent Asking Me to Pay Attorney Fees?

Have you received a paper from your co-parent that requests for you to pay for their attorney’s fees? The letter might say something like: “The Mother has retained an attorney to represent her in these proceedings and has obligated herself to pay the reasonable and necessary ...

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