I had court on April 9 to pay child support for Feb, March, April (in which these 3 months were paid in full on April 30th) May & June were up to date with payment too. I was just aware by the court that there is a wage garnishment going to my employer... I have proof my checks were cleared through the bank. What do I have to do for my pay not to be garnished?
You should go back to court to have the garnishment or assignment order recalled, at least for the months you paid. You could try claiming an exemption, but that probably isn't exactly the right way to go about it. I assume there will be an ongoing payment obligation. So going forward perhaps that should just be handled through the assignment order or garnishment.
Since this is really more of a family law question, I am reclassifying it for you.
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