My ex has almost 10000 in past due support. If I agree in writing to erase this amount and lower his order moving forward will the courts accept that? How do I go about doing so?
Yes, you can agree to remit the arrears. If your child support case is through the child support enforcement agency, you can let your agent know you want to remit the arrears. This will require another court date and the decision is ultimately up to the judge. Keep in mind that if any of the total arrears balance is owed to the State, that portion of the arrears cannot be remitted.
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