A court hearing may be rescheduled for a later date, referred to as a reset. If you are in court and hear the judge say reset, that means you will have to come to court again.
Retroactive Child Support
Retroactive child support refers to child support that a noncustodial parent or obligor may be required to pay IF he or she had been ordered to pay. Retroactive child support can usually go back until the day the child was born, separation date, or four years from the date child support is ordered, whichever is shorter.