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Texas implementing new process aimed at child support delinquency

The state of Texas is rolling out a new tactic designed to force payments from parents who are behind on child support. The office of the Texas Attorney General began sending out notices this month warning parents that they will be unable to renew their vehicle registration if they are behind on payments by at least six months. The attorney general's office can already take away licenses for non-paying parents, but now the DMV will start refusing service as well.

Is it possible to modify a child support agreement?

Every parent is obligated to financially support his or her child, regardless of who has custody. Child support is a legal obligation imposed on the non-custodial parent to provide financial support to the parent with primary custody. The financial contribution of the non-custodial parent is dedicated to the upbringing of the child.

Grandmother faces charge of interfering with child custody

Matters of child custody are almost always emotional. That's the case during the divorce process, but animosity can linger for years afterward, especially when one side is upset with the arrangement. However, it's important to trust the justice system and let things take their legal course. A recent case in Texas is yet another reason to never take things into your own hands.

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