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Child Support and Dead-Beats
Parents ordered by a court to pay child support
who avoid their support obligations are often called
dead-beats; either dead-beat parents or dead-beat
dads. Recently sources estimate that over 50%
of child support cases are in various states of
Parents behind in child support payment often cite
payments that are too high for them to make, that they
are excessive, that they have no control over how
their payments are spent, that they are not given
visitation rights, that they are not the true parent
or that they no longer want their children or
responsibility for them.
Some states have enacted laws allow courts to
suspend the driver's license, business license or
other state licenses of dead-beat parents who are
significantly behind in child support payments.
Also, wages, tax refunds, lottery winnings and other
funds they may receive from from state and federal
sources may be garnished or confiscated by child
support enforcement agencies. In certain cases
of severely delinquent dead-beat parents, federal law
allows for the imposition of fines and up to two years
in prison for the parent.
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