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The lawyer will have to get a garnishment order from the court to serve it on the new employer I am afraid, just like they have done on the previous employers. If he is in arrears of more than $2500, you need to ask the attorney to move the court to suspend his drivers license and passport as well, which puts more pressure on him. The attorney can also serve an order on unemployment to go on his record for garnishment of his unemployment benefits
if he should get them and also serve the SSA regarding those benefits, since they can be garnished for child support.
Unfortunately, when someone keeps changing jobs, the spouse receiving support has to keep on it and keep notifying the court of the job changes and getting new orders of garnishment to put in place with the new employer. There is no real other way to do this quickly within the laws and the way the legal process is set up I am afraid.
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