You need to put this in writing to DOR/CSE. I have personally filed a Motion for Contempt against an employer who refused to comply with an IWO, or Income Withholding Order, which the statute allows.
Talk to DOR and the attorney assigned to you case and if you hit a dead end, consider hiring a private attorney.
Good luck to you!
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You can also try reporting it to the IRS. They might go after both the employer and the employee. If the IRS goes after your ex, you can try again with Child Support Enforcement because the IRS would have done their work for them.Ask a similar question