|How Do I Enforce Child Support?|
Enforce Child Support from an Ex-Spouse
The Clerk’s Office can provide you with some assistance in enforcing the court-ordered child support obligation. If a payment becomes due and is unpaid for 15 days, the Clerk’s Office can send a Notice of Delinquency. If the delinquency plus fees are not paid within 20 days, a judgment is entered against the respondent. The judgment becomes a lien against any real property owned by the respondent. Assistance can also be given to obtain an Income Deduction Order. This court order requires an employer to deduct a specified amount from the obligated parent’s payroll.
How can I ensure that I get support payments on time?
How can I have my child support enforced?
Links to the Department of Revenue's child support section:
How is my child support collected and disbursed?
Can I pay child support online?
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