Welcome to dealing with the beaucratic red tape caused by the State government. It is normal that they cannot give you an answer, not because they don't care (well maybe), but are incompetent.
I would hire an attorney ASAP to get this fixed.
You really need a Child Support lawyer who works in the County that the license was suspended in. Before you fly to Florida, make sure there is not an arrest warrant waiting for you for failure to pay the support.
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When you put the words in a capital letters, it is as if you are screaming at us. SCREAMING. You need to try to get a free consultation with a family attorney in the county where the child support order originated from. Perhaps this problem can be solved by an agreed upon modification that payments be made directly to the former spouse, or if you are now living together, should be terminated. It all depends upon the actual facts of the case. But sometimes, new lawyers do not know exactly what should be done. I had a similar situation earlier this year. The client had spoken with 5 attorneys in Florida and none of them knew what to do as quickly as I did. It was an uncontested and agreed to modification, and I knew exactly what to do for the client. Try to get someone with decades of experience in family law matters.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq.,