My child was emancipated. My child support case is only collecting the arrears on the case; no current support is being charged because child is emancipated. Before custody were switched to my ex having custody my ex was ordered to pay child support to me. He didn't pay so the court put a lien judgement against him got the amount he owes me in child support. I owe him the same amount in child support arrears as he owes me on the child support judgement against him. I want my child support arrears vacated based on the fact that he owes me the same amount on the judgement. This way nobody owes anybody nothing were even.
Based on the details you provided, this is something you can do. However you would need a court order removing the arrears and judgement. To get the order, you and your ex can enter into a consent order, if your ex agrees to do this, and then file the order with the court. If your ex will not sign an order, you have to file an application with the court for an order removing the arrears and judgment. You should consult with an attorney to draft a consent order, or an application for the court order, as the attorney will know the language and procedure needed to do this.
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