Public poiicy generally prohibits staying enforcement of a child support order.
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No. There is no statutory procedure to stay an order of support except through appellate channels (CPLR Art. 55). Those will certainly be denied.
The reasons appear to be a confluence of voter apathy and a failure of government to monitor the bureaucracies it creates. We put into power groups that wanted to see welfare eliminated and your support obligation is supposed to do that. Obviously it creates more welfare than there was before.
The child support order remains in effect until the appeal is decided. If the order was made on default meaning you did not appear in court, you could file a motion to vacate the order. I'm not sure what posting a supersedes appeal bond means since I am not familiar with that term.
You should seek a consultation with an experienced child support attorney so that you may be advised of your rights.
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