Child support

Articles by Carina Castañeda 14 September 2009

As many individuals who are paying child support are well aware, the laws in this area are highly regulated and public policy supports active collection of the money for the care of a minor child. The reach of the government is very broad. For example, they can garnish your wages, intercept tax refunds, lottery winnings and failure to pay can mean negative reports on your credit and non-renewal of your passport. Many assume that back due child support payments (“arrears”) are dischargeable in bankruptcy court.

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