All Orders for child and/or spousal support – at least initially – must be enforced by the Family Responsibility Office, commonly referred to as “FRO”.
Parties may withdraw from FRO enforcement provided that both the payor and the recipient execute and file a Notice of Withdrawal with respect to FRO enforcement.
Written Agreements in relation to child and/or spousal support may also be enforced by FRO if a copy of the Agreement is filed with the Court. Once an Agreement regarding support has been filed with FRO, parties may also file a Notice of Withdrawal to stop FRO from enforcing support and an order or Agreement may be re-filed with FRO even after the recipient and payor withdraw from FRO enforcement.
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