Child support order during Covid

My ex SSI stopped during Covid. He was given a new order amount but refuses to agree to it. In the NC assembly it states expedited process in fairness with having a fast trial but the courts are only doing 30 cases a month. With this rule why is Child support enforcement not filing a motion?

If the other parent is refusing to agree to a new child support amount, then the case will need to be calendared for court before the judge so the judge can order the new amount. I do not know why child support enforcement has not filed a motion - you should check with your agent for a clear answer.

Anna Ayscue

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