My thought would be to begin by having the case sent back to Georgia. First, this more convenient for you as that is again your state of residence. Second, you seem to be having more success in Georgia anyway.
As you are again a resident of Georgia, you just need to contact the agency to make them aware of your relocation and they should have the matter transferred back there for enforcement purposes.
Once the case is transferred back to Georgia, you could file a motion to correct the record. The motion would detail what you have described here;
- everyone resided in Georgia
- the mother and child moved to Texas while you moved to North Carolina
- Texas took over the child support case and their records became incorrect at some point
- You have proof of payment and records from Georgia indicating that you have actually paid more than your obligation
- You now need the state to correct the records so that your credit report may be corrected as well.
Once you have the motion filed, contact the judge's assistant to set the matter for a hearing. Then prepare your records for presentation in court. Once you have presented your evidence to the judge, he should enter an order requiring the state to fix their records.
Please let me know if anything requires clarification.
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