My ex husband is not paying me what the judge declared
1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Michigan on Oct 19, 2012.
Answered On Apr 4, 2013
You may be able to get help from your county's Friend of the Court (FOC) unless you opted out of Friend of the Court services. You should call them and tell them that you husband is not paying the child support or spousal support that was ordered by the judge. FOC has some very powerful tools to use to get people to pay. For example, FOC may be able to get a judge to issue an arrest warrant for someone who is not paying support that the court ordered. FOC may also be able to capture the person's tax refund or get their driver's license suspended. If you opted out of FOC services, you may be able to opt back in. You may need to get an attorney if you opted out.