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In Answer to your question and what you should tell your former husband - A parent cannot waive her right to receive child support, it is not permitted under the law, So, you can tell him the second Order for Child Support from the divorce was not dropped
The reason that he says that you are not getting child support is probably this - If a custodial parent, (the parent who has custody of the child) was, or is on welfare, the welfare department will seek reimbursement from him for any amounts welfare paid to the custodial parent. Rest assured that the Order fo Child Support is still in effect and if he wants to test his luck, he will soon find out that he is out of luck and the Judge will prove this by holding him in Contempt of Court and giving him jail time,
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