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§ 119:96. Form: Support summons (non-resident), based on Family Court Official Form 4-1b

CW2D § 119:96Tracy Bateman, J.D.; Laura Hunter Dietz, J.D.; Tammy E. Hinshaw, J.D.; Rachel M. Kane, M.A., J.D.; and Paul Steinberg, J.D.Carmody-Wait 2d New York Practice with Forms (Approx. 2 pages)

§ 119:96. Form: Support summons (non-resident), based on Family Court Official Form 4-1b

CW2D § 119:96Tracy Bateman, J.D.; Laura Hunter Dietz, J.D.; Tammy E. Hinshaw, J.D.; Rachel M. Kane, M.A., J.D.; and Paul Steinberg, J.D.Carmody-Wait 2d New York Practice with Forms (Approx. 2 pages)

19B Carmody-Wait 2d § 119:96
Carmody-Wait 2d New York Practice with Forms
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March 2024 Update
Chapter 119. Support Proceedings
Tracy Bateman, J.D.; Laura Hunter Dietz, J.D.; Tammy E. Hinshaw, J.D.; Rachel M. Kane, M.A., J.D.; and Paul Steinberg, J.D.
II. Support of Spouse and Children
F. Proceedings to Compel Support of Spouse and Children
2. Commencement of Proceedings to Compel Support of Spouse and Children
§ 119:96. Form: Support summons (non-resident), based on Family Court Official Form 4-1b
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