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Child Support Enforcement 

Definition

The Child Support Enforcement Unit makes sure that court orders are carried out. This could include court orders for the payment of child support, health care coverage, or spousal support. If support is not being paid on time, the Child Support Enforcement has many state and federal tools available to enforce child support orders. These can include

  • Income withholding
  • Court hearing
  • Bench warrant
  • Tax offset - federal and state
  • Liens attached to property and assets
  • Credit bureau notification
  • Seizure of bank accounts
  • Seizure of proceeds from lawsuits
  • Passport denial
  • License suspension
  • Lottery interception