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WHAT IS CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT?
There are legal steps you can take if a parent who is obligated to pay child support under the terms of a court or government agency order stops making payments. Federal laws allow the interception of tax refunds to enforce child support orders. Other methods of enforcement include wage attachments, seizing property (in some states), revoking the paying parent’s driver’s license, suspension of their passport, or a warrant for their arrest. If you’re looking for the answer to the questions “What is child support enforcement?” it’s time to act now.
Taking Care of Your Child Support Issues
Don’t wait, act today. If you are having trouble paying your support payments, are are already behind with child support, it’s important to start the process to fix this problem. Friends of Fathers knows what you are going through and know the steps you need to take starting today to get you back on track.
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