Question by  Gunaccbe (13)

What are Kansas laws for back child support?

I owe child support in Kansas.


Answer by  patti (29325)

Child Support Enforcement laws allow for your wages to be attached and IRS refunds to be taken. The state has a locater service that uses all possible methods to recover child support arrears, regardless where the non-custodial parent is living.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

Sometimes they take money out of your paycheck every month automatically to make up the difference. If you get back too far and don't pay they will arrest you.


Answer by  TheAnswerFairy (2345)

It is illegal to not pay your child support. Depending on the situation, the state can either garnish your wages to pay your arrearages or you can be arrested and put in jail for nonpayment.


Answer by  Bob4Advice (23)

Of course you still have to pay it. Many factors take into account, including number of missed payments, how much you owe, and how long it has been. Most back child support require interest to be payed as well.

Reply by suekellie (4):
can the mother of a minor child get a legal doccument and sign off all back child support,and the father wont have to pay it  add a comment

Answer by  Gaur (7676)

The Kansas Child Support Enforcement (CSE) program helps families with children by: o Enforcing child support orders; o Locating absent parents and their property; o Getting an order of paternity, if the father needs to be identified legally; o Getting an order for cash child support, if needed;and Watching to make sure support payments come in regularly.


Answer by  AidenJames (0)

If income is not being withheld, it can be ordered when a parent defaults. In addition to income withholding, the law authorized garnishment of bank accounts, imposition of liens on personal property, interception of tax refunds, and other remedies. A person can also be held in contempt. If convicted, a parent could be imprisoned.

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