Monday, January 21, 2013

What does this CPO-D/R implies when placed in the calendar of a court order?. Can you explain??

Q: this is in relation to a child support case. Unfortunately unable to pay due to lack of work.

A: David's Answer: It usually means the date is just on the calendar for administrative control purposes, often used as a "tickler" in the system to trigger a deadline for the Magistrate, such as when an order or decision is due. Nevertheless, I highly suggest you verify same by calling the Clerk's office.  -- David Bliven, White Plains Child Support lawyer (

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