Parents hold a financial responsibility to support their children, and when they fail to meet court-ordered child support obligations, enforcement measures are in place to ensure that custodial parents receive the necessary financial resources to care for their minor children.Missed child support payments can create financial challenges for custodial parents in raising their children. If the other parent is not fulfilling their child support obligations, our lawyers are here to assist.
Child custody and support arrangements, whether established through litigation or alternative dispute resolution methods, are legally binding court orders. Individuals who violate these orders may face contempt of court charges, leading to potential wage garnishment, fines, or even imprisonment.
Child support obligations typically continue until children reach the age of 18 or graduate from high school. However, missed child support payments do not vanish once children become adults. Parents can pursue the payment of child support arrears even after the legal duty to support a child has officially concluded.
Time with your child is precious and irreplaceable, as children grow up in the blink of an eye. If the other parent is depriving you of access to your child, disregarding custody, visitation, or conservatorship agreements, rest assured that you have rights.
At McLean & Associates L.L.C., we deeply understand the significance of time in establishing and nurturing bonds with your child. We are committed to enforcing your custody and visitation agreement, ensuring that any lost time is made up for, and securing unhindered access to your child in the future. Often, we seek modifications to child custody and visitation schedules, aiming to provide more time to the parent who has been unjustly denied access to their children. We are dedicated to safeguarding your parental rights and fostering a loving relationship between you and your child.
If you are facing issues with the other parent's refusal to pay child support or denial of access to your child, remember that you have rights.
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