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Old 10-09-2018, 04:43 PM
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Thanks all. I've been pushing MEP to close the file, the sup I spoke with last doesn't understand why it's taking so long but thinks some staff vacation time is involved. FYI: Apparently they don't automatically send our file to FRO once they close it, the recipient must organize that.

In the meantime I'll start over the process of getting our original order recognized. The FLIC office suggested given our history it would be smarter to get our original order recognized despite the delay vs starting over (yes, she could try to get custody changed in that process, and yes she could cause all sorts of delays that make this as long as the original divorce and/or transferring the order over). After all that I'll finally get to the recalculation process. So looks like a loan to pay CS in the meantime, unless MEP pulls through and closes the file before she transfers to FRO.

I appreciate your advice.
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