"The court finds that an immediate deduction order for child support is not warranted" what exactly does that mean?!

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Beverly L. Cohen

Answered On Apr 3, 2013
That refers to an Income Deduction Order for child support requiring the non-custodial parent's employer to withhold the child child support from the wages and to send the the child support payment directly to the custodial parent. In your case, the judge did not require the child support to be withheld by the employer.