You need to modify the order to stop the support withholding.
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File to modify the prior court orders, seeking temporary orders, to include terminate support, confirm any arrears and possession credits. You need to get family law counsel ASAP and get case filed. Physical possession will not automatically end prior court orders.
Thomas J. Baker of Baker & Tisdale PLLC principally practices in the Central Texas area, including Bell, Coryell, McLennan, Milam and Williamson counties. The advice given here is not and ahould not be taken as a substitute for in-personal consultation with counsel, particularly where legal documents, such as court orders need to be reviewed. I am Board-Certified in Family Law but not in any other areas of practice.
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