Delray Beach, FL asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Florida

Q: Cancel Notice of Proceeding to Establish Administrative Support Order forms received from Florida Department of Revenue?

So my wife and I have been separated for two or so years. We still had a great relationship, just had to take care of our own issues before we would give the marriage another chance. The three children we have were living with her full time, but I also had them a decent amount of time as well. We agreed on xxxx amount of dollars per month that I would give her each month for support, and everything has been perfectly fine. The children have Medicaid insurance and my wife receives snap benefits for them as well. With that being said, we recently decided to get back together and are happier than ever. Now I received this letter in the mail from the Florida Department of Revenue in regards to child support (Notice of Proceeding to Establish Administrative Support Order) and time sharing agreements. So my question is, how do we call off the dogs and have this squashed now that we are back together?

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Rand Scott Lieber
Rand Scott Lieber
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  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Hollywood, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: Your wife needs to notify the child support enforcement agency that you are together. This inquiry was probably triggered by the snap benefits.

Terrence H Thorgaard agrees with this answer

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