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In Texas, a child has the right to be supported by both parents. Failure to meet these obligations can be a criminal or civil offense. If the court finds that the payor is delinquent on their child support, the payor could have child support arrears which can accrue interest fees. They can be ordered to pay the other party's attorney fees. The court can find them in contempt and sentence them to jail. Their drivers license, and professional licenses can get suspended. Liens can be filed against their property, their wage can be garnished, and much more. If you are a child support recipient looking to enforce your court order for unpaid child support, schedule your consultation with us today. If you have been served with an enforcement lawsuit for failing to pay child support, you may have an affirmative defense to the enforcement suit brought against you.
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