If a payor is constantly late or short with child support payments, how can the recipient ensure receipt on time and in full?

By Abigale M. Stolfe
January 23, 2017
If a payor is constantly late or short with child support payments, how can the recipient ensure receipt on time and in full?

If child support is not being paid, the recipient. meaning the person receiving the support, has the right to ask the court by way of a motion to open a probation account, and then probation would collect by wage execution or perhaps through a tax return levy, or through whatever source they could the amount that’s due in owing. Child support and and parenting time are not interrelated. It will be not in the best interest of a child to be withheld from having time with their non-custodial parent especially over financial issues.


Abigale M. Stolfe is a partner at Stolfe Zeigler, a boutique family law firm that obtains favorable outcomes for high-net-worth, complex, and litigious cases. 

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January 23, 2017
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