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I don't know the source of your information but it is not correct.
Child support arrears do not go away and such orders of support are honored in all 50 states.
Also remarriage has not affect on child support arrears. Remarriage can terminate spousal support.
The military will enforce any civilian child support order. Unlike other creditors, child support payment can be taken out of retirement pay and military retirement until the arrears are paid in full.
If you believe you have a valid reason to stop the collection then I would suggest ou retain a lawyer to review all your documents and represent you.
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