There are two instances where an employer may become involved with an employee's Child Support: 1) Where there is a court order requiring the employer to withhold the support payment from the wages of the employee. Under the Child Support Enforcement Amendments of 1984 these payments take precedence over all other garnishment orders. 2) Under the Qualified Medical Child Support Order [QMCS], the child must be covered under the employer's health care plan to the extent that the plan covers dependents.

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