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Once a month, the Department of Revenue’s Child Support Enforcement (CSE) lawyers and staff volunteer to be a part of the Family Court Workshops for Mothers and Fathers at the Suffolk County Probate & Family Court in Boston.

The workshops, a joint venture between community leaders, the court and volunteer lawyers, provide free general information for families who are new to the family court system and specific information on family law matters. CSE has been an important contributor to the workshops since the program’s inception in 2014.

Participants in the workshop are afforded a one-on-one opportunity to speak with volunteer lawyers for a 15-minute consultation. CSE staff provides information on services and how CSE manages customer child support cases.

CSE also participates in the similar Hampden County Probate & Family Court Workshops in Springfield on the second Thursday of every month.

The next Family Court Workshop at Suffolk County Probate and Family Court is May 14, 2015 from 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM at 24 New Chardon Street, Boston. Workshops are held in the Court Services Center on the 2nd floor.

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