Child support is one of the many issues that will be negotiated by your divorce lawyers in Ownings Mills when you end your marriage, but the agreement only works when the responsible party pays. What happens if child support payments aren’t made after divorce? Watch this video to learn more.
Child support agreements can be enforced through a court hearing in which your child support attorney can demonstrate that the payments are missing and your ex-spouse has an opportunity to show why he or she is not making payments. Child support groups also exist in each state to enforce child support law. Consult with your divorce attorney before pursuing any action to determine the best strategy for enforcing your support agreement.