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Old 03-04-2017, 01:32 PM
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If the payor does it, you have to do a motion to change with court. She can speak with her case worker to get the forms. They dont advertise them online.
Okay, Thank you rockscan. Will tell him to let her know that she can request the forms from FRO.

Yes in the past, because he's the payor, He has always done a Consent Motion to change it. (He would e-mail her, saying he mailed her the Consent Motion---She would take weeks to respond/ when she did respond she would say she never received it-----Yet he had tracking showing she DID receive it----then she would say she wanted him to re-do the papers because she did not like the color of the ink, she wanted him to sign first, etc.)

She would tell him the papers were ready for him to pick up at her house to file......so he would drive the hour/ get the papers to see that they were NOT signed by her..........so he could NOT file/ would have to drive back home.............e-mail her saying "the forms were not signed, why did you tell me they were?"......blah/blah/blah............Wait for her to respond

EVENTUALLY she would sign them/ have them ready for him to file

CRAZINESS that no one should have to go through.
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Old 03-04-2017, 01:57 PM
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If he pays the updated amount then he doesnt have to worry about a high amount to pay for back support.

When you deal with a difficult person, playing into their bs isnt worth it. She can get the forms and get his signature and be done with it.
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Old 03-06-2017, 11:40 PM
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My daughter was to.d by FRO that they needed a consent form signed by both parties to make any change. There is no forms from FRO they told her to use the consent to change form.

Her ex is paying too much on daycare right now and she was going to change it so she would not end up,owing him money so once t4 income is exchanged she will send him a consent to change form with part a. Reduction in section 7 expenses and part b. Change of child support ( because he got an increase in pay last year so should be paying more). It will likely balance each other out.

But my point is FRO did not have any special form. They did offer that they could halt a court ordered payment while she was on Mat leave for her new born and therefore not using daycare for their mutual child. The told her she just needed,to send a letter to that effect suspending daycare payments for 12 months. But any changes in Child Support needed a change order registered with the court.
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Old 03-06-2017, 11:42 PM
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If she is online with FRO she will be able to see the extra amounts you are paying. But they are not forwarding to her without the consent letter which if she wants the money she should initiate the forms and file them.
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Definitely, do what you are responsible for but nothing more. Don't hinder the other party but don't do anything that is their responsibility.
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Old 03-23-2017, 10:22 AM
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New Question on this topic..........If a non-custodial parent automatically pays FRO their Child Support increases month after month/ year after year.........and the Recipient NEVER updates the Court Orders each year for the increases, what happens when the children are 18-22 and no longer eligible for Child Support?

(All that money accumulates in the FRO account)........Does it get returned to the Payor? Does the Recipient Parent receive the lump sum? or do the Children receive the lump sum?

An amicable Ex Couple told us that he had a Few thousand extra dollars accumulate at FRO and the Mother had to Sign something for FRO to return the money to him.
(Maybe the children were not finished with Child Support in that situation?)
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Old 03-23-2017, 10:58 AM
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My partner was told that if the amounts werent claimed, they will return them to him at the three year mark. You may want to call your caseworker.

In the case you were told, it could have been that they werent eligible for support and he was being garnished while they were investigating. That does happen where they tell the payor to continue making their payments but the money will be held. If the recipient cant prove eligibility, they return the held money. Not sure why they needed the recipients permission.


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