Q: Trying to find info or a form to help my fiancee and I with intact family. Trying to get our child support canceled.
My fiancee and I took a 2 year break a couple years ago. Never married but been together now for 14 years total. Both where forced to pay not only child support but pay off our sons birth experience even though our son had full coverage through DHS. Now that we are back together and been together for 3 years now (after our 2 year break) and still paying child support and paying off our sons birth experiences. Ive been calling DHS all over MI and can not find anyone to help me with finding the right form I need in order to cancel us both having to continue to pay child support. I was told by friend of court in roger city mi that I needed to fill out the Intact family form then needed to bring the form back in so a judge can decide whether or not we should continue paying or not having to pay child support or birthing expenses .. If you could pleace help me I would so much appriate it. Thank you!!
A: You will need to make contact with the Friend of the Court office for your county (where your case originates). Every county is a bit different, and each county will have it's own forms. But generally, you'll need to submit paperwork attesting that you two are living together. DHS records should also reflect this, so be sure the person receiving benefits contacts the DHS case worker.
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