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First District: Certiorari

In this decision, the First District granted a certiorari petition and quashed an order preventing the Department of Revenue from providing legal services on behalf of a father in an action to reduce his child support obligation. The mother asserted that the department had a conflict of interest because it had previously represented her in a contempt proceeding against the father. The district court rejected that argument, explaining that the department’s counsel represents the department, not a parent. The case is noteworthy for equating the department’s services with legal representation for purposes of a certiorari proceeding, despite rejecting an argument that general conflict of interest principles apply to those same services.

















































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