Question: A rehired employee will soon be receiving his first paycheck. He had a child support withholding order when he terminated. Should I withhold for that order or wait for a new order?
Answer: Employers can’t terminate child support withholding orders. Orders remain in effect until terminated by the state. Contact the state for the amount to withhold and to learn if there are any arrearages, etc.
(Source: Office of Child Support Enforcement)
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