Although child support payments are court ordered following a divorce, it is not uncommon for the noncustodial parent to fall behind on their monthly payments or stop paying entirely. Fortunately, the court can take action to enforce an official child support order through various means. In order to obtain the best possible outcome in your case, you must seek legal representation from an experienced family law attorney.
If the other parent of your child has continuously missed child support payments, our Pearland child support enforcement lawyers at Gutheinz Law Firm, LLP can guide you through the legal process while protecting your rights and best interests. We understand how unpaid child support can make life more difficult for you and your children, which is why we are committed to doing whatever it takes to collect the payments you all deserve.
Speak with our Pearland legal team by calling us at (281) 888-0470 today.
The Office of the Attorney General (AOG) ensures every child receives their obligated child support payments and has several remedies available to enforce the court order. When a noncustodial parent stops paying child support, the custodial parent can request that the OAG request the order.
Common remedies the OAG uses to enforce child support orders in Texas include:
When you are a single parent and you need help paying for rent and food, time is of the essence. Our legal team can listen to your story, review your legal options, and help you recover your child’s entitled support payments.
Contact us today at (281) 888-0470 for more information about our legal services.
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