When the department of revenue stops enforcing a support order does that effect the income deduction order or do I have to file a motion to terminate it.
I'm not sure what you mean by "DOR stoppled enforcing a support order." Once an order is established for child support, the order is still effective subject to the general conditions that govern child support in Florida by law. I suspect that they are not aggressively enforcing it; perhaps the other parent moved out of state? Some more information would be helpful. Good luck.
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