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Have you been successful in having this cleared? My husband’s ex-wife has done something, although she is denying it, but we now have two separate case numbers. Child support arrears of $80,000 is showing in the second case, which was opened in April 2020. The first case is dated March 2010, and displays all payments that were payroll deducted, but this duplicate account will not go away. They actually payroll deduct for both cases that involve the same children. The $80,000 is now on his credit report, tax refunds are seized, and the Comptroller’s office has now taken possession of his entire state pension. I now spend close to 40 hours a week writing letters, emails, speaking with attorneys, calling the Attorney General’s office, his Retirement Plan, and the Comptroller’s office. The kids health and dental insurance is through the retirement, and is paid for by a deduction. With the entire amount taken, he will be in contempt for not providing health insurance. How did you fix this? The attorneys just write the same letters I do, and it just keeps getting worse. The ex-wife continues to receive more than twice the agreed amount every month. I will take any suggestion, nothing is working.
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