Stop Child Support in Florida
by Aaron from Jacksonville, NC Onslow
I am currently paying child support through/to the state of Florida for my son. Recently my ex and I are back together. Her and my son have moved from Florida to North Carolina to live with me.
Is there anything I can do to stop the payment of my child support to the state since he now lives with me?
Answer to Florida Child Support Question
You will need to file a Supplemental Petition for Modification of Child Support
even if you live out of state.
You can then have your ex-wife properly served and she can answer with an Answer to Supplemental Petition
You may be able to file the forms by mail but you must first confirm this with the clerk of court office
in the county where the original child support order was entered.
See our web-enabled page for filling out the Supplemental Petition for Modification of Child Support
and the Florida Child Support links and resources below for more information.Notice:
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