Thank you for the question, although it is a bit confusing. At the beginning you state his pay is garnished, but at the end you ask can it be. Which is it? Although I do not practice in the Pittsburgh area, many of my clients also have a similar problem. I have found that it normally take about 60-90 days for a garnishment to "properly" funnel through the system and the receiving party to start to receive payments. If it has been over that amount of time I would call into the support department in your county, or if you used a lawyer for support, to contact them.
You can track SCDU and PACSES on a website, or you can go to the window on the 4th floor of the Family Division. You can also try calling. If you have an order, my guess is that it is working its way through the system.
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