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Absolutely not. He is not able to stop his support at all unless the court orders it stopped. And in the case where he has the children for a few months, the court will not stop the support. If he does stop, he is in contempt of the court's order and you can file a Motion for Contempt. You will have a hearing in front of the judge and the judge will remind him that not paying the support as ordered can lead to fines and/or jail.
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