Extended protection order
An applicant for an Extended Protection Order may be granted a temporary order for child support. If another family law action is pending, this temporary order will last for 60 days; if there is no other pending family law matter, the order may last for as long as the protection order remains in effect, which could be up to one year.

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1. Who can recover child support?
2. How does the physical custodian of minor children get court ordered child support from the non-custodial parent?
3. Extended protection order
4. What if I was never married to the father/mother of my child?
5. How is the amount of child support determined?
6. How long does the obligation to pay child support last?