No. But support can probably take the money that belongs to your daughter that you owe, from you.
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Not sure I understand what you mean. She is in the custody of whom, exactly, at this time?
I’m not clear on what the situation is. I think
you are saying that you were paying your mother brought probation and now that she has passed and you have custody, will this stop? The answer to that question is that it will not stop automatically. You have to file an application with the court to stop the child support. They will continue to collect it until you get a court order to stop it. I hope this helps, best of luck.
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