I got a "Customer Update Letter" from Georgia Child Support Enforcement. It reads: "This letter is being used to notify you that the Division of Child Support Services has mailed a Notice of Intent to Deny or Suspend any License, Certificate, Permit or Tag Registration to [easy child's dad]. The notice requires that the non-custodial parent contact this office to make arrangements to make consistent support payments and to reduce the arrears on this case within thirty (30) days to avoid having the license, certificate, permit, or tag registration denied or suspended." First, let me say, I had nothing to do with this. There are only 2 things I can think of: 1) he didn't pay any support for the month easy child turned 18 and/or 2) he didn't let them know that easy child turned 18. I let Ohio know, but it's not my responsibility to contact Georgia. Ex is in the process of relocating to San Antonio for his job. And considering he has a CDL, well, it makes it that much more of a big deal. I just *love* that he has to deal with this, too. Especially after all the koi he has put easy child through lately.