Connecticut Child Support
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If a person desires to open a child support case, it can be done using the following methods.
If a person wishes to modify an existing child support order, the following 2 ways exist.
'IV-D' is read as 'four-D'. This is a Child Support Enforcement Program that is administered by the government. This name is derived from Title IV-D of the Social Security Act. In Connecticut, a case is regarded to be IV-D if the following situations exist.
Let us assume that the parents have applied for IV-D services. Then, there are 3 methods that the Support Enforcement Unit can use to enforce the child support order.
Suspension of License
The non custodial parent's recreational, occupational, professional and driver's license can be suspended after thirty days have passed since this parent has failed to abide by the court order.
The court may find out if the non custodial parent has intentionally not adhered to the court order. Such a parent is in contempt and may be asked to disburse a lump sum amount of money. Alternatively, this parent can be imprisoned till a particular amount of money is paid.
The court might issue orders that money may be subtracted from the non custodial parent's income. The term 'income' refers to the following.
When a parent files for alteration of this order, the 4 points below mentioned must be kept in mind.
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