I was recently awarded by a judge in family court custodian/ residential care of my children after several years of my ex wife having. She was granted visitation of Thursday and every other weekend!
No, not as long is there is a court order directing you to pay child support to your ex wife. I think you should file a petition in Family Court to vacate the child support order contained in your judgment of divorce and consider asking for child support from your ex wife for the children that are now in your care. I would suggest that you consult with an experienced family law attorney in your area.
You don't give enough information. You need to provide an attorney your stipulations and orders to determine whether to either stop paying (if direct pay), or file a petition to terminate support (if through support collections). Your lawyer also has to know which court entered which order and if the orders are intertwined or separate.
The bottom line is you never blow off a family court order. You have to act to have it vacated.
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