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Failure to pay Child Support can result in some serious court penalties. Some of the most common penalties are:
Parents not paying child support have to be aware that all states are fully prepared to enforce court ordered child support. For those parents that think they can avoid their court ordered obligation of paying child support by relocating to another state the Deadbeat Parents Punishment Act can bring federal charges; penalties can include not just mandatory restitution of unpaid child support obligation, but also imprisonment of up to two years in some instances.
State Child Support Offices
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