Thanks for the question. I think you should contact the Georgia Child Support Office and see what they are trying to withhold for. If you have proof that you have paid all of your arrearages they should be willing to work with you on this maater. They are bound to able to look up your case and situation. There are maps/phone numbers of their local offices in Georgia. You should be able to get some answers. You can also e-mail them for some answers in this works better for you..
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You will have the opportunity to present your case at an administrative review on your license. I would recommend that you try legal aid or find some legal counsel to represent you in this matter. Obviously you have not been able to convince them in this matter. An attorney could deal with all these issues.
I understand that it is hard to pay for an attorney with your support obligations but they mean business here and the system is mistreating you. Part of this is based on your ex-husband apparently lying about this matter. Without a lawyer to argue your case you are at a tremendous disadvantage and if they suspend your license you would not be able to legally drive.
It appears that you have the necessary records but need a lawyer to set the matter straight. You should insist the ex be at any hearing because he is the one that is lying in this whole scenario. This is not something that is going to be immediately resolved especially without a lawyer. Again I would advise you to borrow funds or however you manage to obtain a lawyer to present your case and records
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