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My ex husband is behind on his child support by a few thousand dollars. I live in Vermont and have recently started working with my local office of child support. They are enforcing our Georgia order in Montana where he is currently living. He just found a job and has intentions to start paying again. The job he has recently got is a driving job. I'm afraid they will take his license. Does anyone know if this is something that Montana does? I don't want him to lose his job. I want him to be able to hold a job and get caught up before the amount accumulates and he can't get out from under it. Does anyone know what will happen to him? I really hope that they just garnish wages and he is able to keep this job.
Once a child support order has been established, the non-custodial parent will generally be required to continue making payments until the minor child emancipates or until otherwise noted in the child support order. Under California law, a parent's obligation to pay support continues until the child becomes eighteen years of age. Under certain circumstances (if the child is unmarried and attending high school full time), the current support obligation may continue until the child is nineteen
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