I received a letter today that said the following:
"The defendant is unable to pay, has no known income or assets and there is no reasonable prospect that the defendant will be able to pay in the foreseeable future. The defendant's financial obligation is assessed at zero. Arrears are remitted without prejudice because the defendant has no income, assets or ability to pay.
The defendant is ordered to immediately report to the Domestic Relations Section any changes in employment, income, and assets. If incarcerated, the defendant must report to the Domestic Relations Section within one week of release from incarceration for further determination of ability to pay support. If it is determined that the defendant has committed fraud or otherwise materially misrepresented his/her income or assets, and/or if the defendant fails to comply with any provision of this proposal, the order and arrears may be reinstated."
It would seem so I would hire an attorney to review all the pleadings and orders just to be safe
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