Have you gone through the divorce process and not receiving child support? Check out this article for guidance, then give our Rochester office a call to get started.
1. Receiving Payments
- You can collect child support payments directly from the other parent, or from the Child Support Enforcement Unit.
- When you are awarded child support, you can decide how you are paid.
2. Not Being Paid
- If a parent is not paying the ordered support, you can take them to court and have a judgment placed against them.
- The Child Support Enforcement Unit has the power suspend drivers licenses, and take income tax returns and even vehicles.
3. Changing a Support Obligation
- If your child has moved into your custody, you can request a change to child support.
- A child must be living on their own, and must not be in school to have a child support obligation eliminated.
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Have you been awarded child support and would like to know how it can or should be paid? If you are not receiving child support payments, contact experienced Rochester Child Support Attorney Michael Schmitt.