My question involves child support in the State of: Michigan
In my case the non custodial parent received a settlement. It was ordered that 50% of the settlement be disbursed to child support for arrearages. The non custodial parent threatens the custodial parent to drop child support because of financial need. The custodial parent disagrees. At the disbursement hearing both custodial and non custodial agreed to the terms of the disbursement. Now the non custodial parent has filed an objection to the hearing to stall disbursement.
The non custodial parent is:
-not currently paying any support payments and is in arears
-threatening to continue to stall disbursement unless the custodial parent agrees to stop child support
The non custodial parent is purposely filing motions to impeede the disbursement. Is there anything that can be done to stop this?