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A child support order tells the parents what they must do to support their children. Enforcing child support orders means getting the parent to do what the order says.
Some of the ways we get parents to pay are:
Notify the parents when they miss payments
Suspend Florida driver licenses
Take IRS tax refunds
Take tax refunds to pay past due support
Take Florida Lottery winnings if over $600
Take support payments from unemployment and worker's compensation
Tell employers to take payments from paychecks
Place liens on the parent's car, boat, or other property
Report past due support to credit agencies
Place a hold and take money from bank accounts
Take the case to court because the parent did not do what the order says
Work with the court to issue a writ, also known as an arrest warrant. If you would like to see if there is a writ on your case, please use the Department of Revenue's Writ Search Site.
Parents can avoid these actions by paying their child support and doing what the order says.