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Child Support Agreement

This is a Michigan form that can be used for Family Division within Local County, Oakland.

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AGREEMENT Dear Friend of the Court: CASE NO: _________________________ We agree that support should total $ for our minor child(ren) starting per week biweekly monthly (insert the effective date for the new amount of support to start) through the Friend of the Court and the payor shall also pay statutory service fees of $0.75 per week. The Friend of the Court shall divide this total between the children as required by court rule and support guideline, and add the legally required provisions: Both parties shall obtain or maintain any health care coverage that is available to them at a reasonable cost as a benefit of employment, for the benefit of the children covered by a support order. If a parent is self-employed and maintains health care coverage, that parent shall obtain or maintain dependent coverage for the benefit of the children covered by the support order, if available at a reasonable cost. An immediate Order of Income Withholding shall be implemented as required by law. A support order is a judgement on and after the date each support payment is due and is not subject to retroactive modification as provided in MCL 552.603(10). Plaintiff and defendant shall keep the Friend of the Court informed of their current source of income and any health care coverage available as a benefit of employment or that is maintained by them as required in MCL 552.17(4)(a) and (b). All other provisions of the judgment, not modified by this order, are preserved. PLEASE TAKE OUR AGREEMENT THAT HAS BEEN SIGNED BY BOTH OF US AND MAKE IT A COURT ORDER BY FILING IT WITH THE COURT AND SEND EACH OF US A COPY. OAKLAND COUNTY FRIEND OF THE COURT P.O. BOX 1011 PONTIAC, MI 48341-1011 Mother Father Third party where neither mother nor father has custody 2001 © American LegalNet, Inc.

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