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Motion To Stop Modified Child Support Order

Motion To Stop Modified Child Support Order

A motion to stop modified child support order is a legal action which can prohibit a modified child support order from being enforced. In general, modified child support orders come into place when there is a significant change in one or both parent's situations or when a situation arises in the child's life that requires the modification.

For example, one parent should receive a large increase in pay while the other does not, there may be a modification for child support. The child support order may be changed to alter the amount of payments or the timing of payments. However, if one or both parents should disagree with the child support order, they may file motion to stop modified child support order.

If the motion to stop modified child support order is approved, the modified child support order cannot be enforced.

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