Enforcing a child support order is the process through which the court or HFS works to make sure a parent that owes child support makes on-time payments.
Penalties are often given to those facing child support enforcement. Depending on your case, some penalties may be harsher than others.
Enforcement penalties may include, but are not limited to:
If you believe that you have unfairly received an enforcement penalty, you may be able to appeal the penalty.