Q: How can the State Of IL reopen a closed child support case from 2011, tell me I owe 16k when I was married with my wife?
I got divorced in 10/18 me and my ex wife have 50/50 custody my child support order signed by the judge with a diff amount. I received a letter from child support last week saying I owe 3x more a mon now which I dont understand and it shows it is from the old child support case from 2009 when me and my wife were not together at the time. We got back together in 2010 ,married in 2010 and she closed the case. I called the Illinois Child Support office to see whats going on they stated they did not see the new order from my divorce only the old one from 2009 and that I owed them 16k I was speechless how is that possible that case was closed back on 2011 I married my wife in 2010 we were together up until we mutually agreed it was better to go our separate ways . I filed the divorce, our divorce was finalized 10/2018 with the child support and income withholding documents filled out signed by the judge. How can the state just reopen a old case when I was married to her and say I owe 16k
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