Contesting Child Support Enforcement or Judgement
If you have received a child support enforcement penalty or court order (or a legally-binding administrative order) that you believe was given on a false or mistaken basis, you may be able to contest the penalty or judgement.
An example of an improper sanction or judgement may include:
you have been ordered to pay past-due child support, even though you believe you have never missed a child support payment
you had your driver's license suspended or a lien was placed on your bank account, and you were NOT properly served notice of the penalty before it was put in place.