Suspended Licenses and Child Support Payments

September 28, 2010 by Maricopa County Court  
Filed under Child Support, Family Court

By Dennis Gac -

One of the things that can happen if you fail to pay your child support payments is that you could end up with having various licenses revoked. This includes not only you driver’s license, but any business or professional licenses you may have as well. This is a result of the Child Support Recovery Act set in place in 1992. There are some things you should know to prevent this and if it does happen.

A contempt of court order for nonpayment can result in having your license revoked, but it doesn’t always happen immediately. Usually there are mitigating circumstances such as you don’t show up for or do not respond to a hearing. Always respond in written form to any type of hearing notice, to verify you know it is taking place.

Never ignore collection notices. Make some type of payment no matter how small. If you are trying to get your license reinstated, you will need to have made a payment and you must also have a payment plan on how you are going to make the up the payments.

Even if your driver license or professional license gets revoked if you follow the above – make a plan, respond in writing, and make a payment – more often than not you will be able to get your licenses reinstated. Be prepared, stay calm and think things through. Your ex-wife is going to use whatever she can to try and get you in trouble and cause problems, but you can handle these simple things if you stay calm.

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