How To Stop a National Medical Support Order


#1

Does anyone have any suggestions for me? I am lost here, I thought social services had to drop the medical support order through my employer when I showed proof that I already had a policy on my daughter. I can hardly afford to hire an attorney, they are bleeding me dry. I have two more children to support and they are on NC Health choice.


#2

Dear ajblalock:

Greetings. Yes, file a motion to modify child support. Good luck.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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#3

Social services has notified my employer to deduct health insurance premiums from my pay, I already have an insurance policy on my child and have informed social services of this. They are refusing to dicontinue the order and suggested I file a motion with the court. Therefore, I am paying for the policy I already have AND the large deduction from my check to pay for the second policy. What are my options here, I am not a wealthy man by any means and cannot afford this!