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You need to provide proof of payment to the Attorney General to get rid of the arrears.
Now, even though you took a pay cut, you cannot unilaterally reduce your child support payment or you will end up in arrears again. You must immediately petition the court to modify your child support payment because of a substantial change in circumstance (your pay cut). Once the court makes a ruling on that motion and lowers your support, then you can lower your payment.
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By law they are only permitted to removed 65% of your paycheck.
You would need to prove that you are not in arrears despite her statements.