We went to court about a little over a month ago and they stopped payments for a month because of a new job but it’s been over 6 weeks since withholding notice been sent. How soon will I be getting child support and can he get in trouble yet?
You may want to contact the probation department to determine how much longer they believe it will be before his wages are garnished. You can also inquire as to whether probation has begun enforcement on their own (license suspension, bench warrant, etc.) In addition, you can check your account on line (www,njchildspport.org) and get much of this information. He can be paying you directly until the garnishment commences. That would just require you to alert probation as to how much you receive directly so they can properly credit the account. Best of luck .
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