Dear Ray Answers,
I know it's the holiday, and I wish you a happy new year, and your answer can wait until after the holiday.
I am not interested in having the child support to be jusdt electronically withdrawn from my ex's account. He has a history of frequently being overdrawn.
In Florida, where I live and I believe you are from, the State (and I believe it is the Dept of Children and Families) can have child support payments sent to the dept. to be handled or electronically withdrawn. When a payment is late, the State then handles it.
I just want the games to stop. I just want having to "handle it" to stop. Therefore, I am interested in this Florida program.
My question is, can I hire you or another attorney to set this up, can I just call the Clerk of the Court or DCF to set this up or do I have to let him be 30 days behind (in part or full payments) before I can set up this payroll deduction by DCF. I would be willing to pay more than $15 for a correct answer and additional help. Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX new year.
Sorry I missed you last evening, Here is follow up information and guidelines. The DCF here should and can set this up here...
The Florida agency charged with enforcing Child Support Orders and laws is:
Office of Child Support Enforcement Department of Revenue P.O. Box 8030 Tallahassee, FLNNN-NN-NNNNbr /> (NNN) NNN-NNNNbr /> http://sun6.dms.state.fl.us/dor/childsupport/
Florida has the following provisions for child support deductions:
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