My ex-husband had custody of my three children for a year, and in that year I paid no child support, so when I received custody of the children, the papers stated that he wasn't to pay child support for the first year. That year will be up in July, and I was wondering, first of all, if I needed to file for child support in Texas, where the case originates. Also, I was wondering how I go about doing that... will I need an attorney? Or is this something that I can file on my own? Thanks!Answer Question
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