He would have to file for a modification, or interest is incurred. He would also likely be ordered to look for a new job, not travel to see the sights. Supporting his child should be his first priority.
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He cannot stop paying child support without an adjustment in the current court order. If he does he will go into arrears and any amount owed will collect interest of 10% per year.
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As mentioned by our esteemed colleague above, the child support order will continue to be enforced until father determines to modify child support. Even with a wage assignment order, you will not receive any child support beyond the monthly alloted amount. To that end, we advise that you seek an attorney who may be able to provide you with further assistance.
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If he does not file for a downward modification of his child support obligation, then the child support order remains valid and will accrue arrears (assuming no payments) until a modification is made.
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