Non custodial parent is close to 25,000 behind in child support.
If you file a Petition for Rule to Show Cause and your ex is found to be in indirect civil contempt of court, attorney's fees will be awarded by statute. Furthermore, his drivers license might be suspended by court order. Hire aFamily law practitioner in your area to assist you.
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File a petition for indirect civil contempt and give the noncustodial parent notice of the motion and court date. And request attorneys fees. You many want to hire an attorney to help you with this.
Yes you can request that the non-custodial parent pay for your attorney's fees. A Judge will grant the request for reasonable attorney's fees if the failure to comply is found to be "without compelling cause or justification." There are other remedies that your attorney can help you with such as driver's license suspension, incarceration, discovery of assets, garnishment and the like.
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