Yes, Domestic Relations (DR) Court Orders can be waived. Both parties can sign an affidavit to waive any or all arrearages owed to the custodial parent. Arrears owed to the state (occurred while receiving benefit from the state) cannot be waived. The CSEA will submit to court for further review and possible credit for direct payment.
Juvenile Court (JC) Orders: parties may retain an attorney or file their own motion through Juvenile Court Clerk of Court to discuss possible credit.
Administrative (ADM) Orders: custodial parent may contact the local CSEA for an administrative affidavit waiving the arrearage amount.
Remember only money that is owed to the custodial parent can be waived. Any money that is owed to the state cannot be waived.