Full title: John DOE, Appellant-Appellee, v. CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT AGENCY OF…

Court: Intermediate Court of Appeals of Hawaii

Date published: Feb 24, 1998


This is a secondary appeal by CSEA from an administrative agency’s decision concerning the obligation of the father (father) of a daughter (daughter), born on January 26, 1990, to pay child support to the daughter’s mother (mother).

Father is self-employed as a fisherman and as a consultant. The mother is employed by GTE Hawaiian Tel and is the custodial parent of the daughter. Father’s paternity of daughter was established by the judgment filed in the Family Court of the First Circuit (FC-P No. 90-0965) on July 19, 1990. The father’s initial child support obligation for his daughter was $30.00 per month. Because of an increase in his income, the Order Regarding Defendant’s Motion and Affidavit for Relief After Order or Decree, filed on October 12, 1992, increased Father’s child support obligation to $210.00 per month.



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