A friend of mine doesn't want to put a vehicle in his name because he is behind in child support but he is paying Baltimore Md
Owning/buying a car has no effect on child support and/or a child support obligation
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I understand the concern, which is whether it can be taken away for non-support.
I do not know the person’s circumstances, so since this is theoretically possible, the person needs to see a highly experienced family law attorney now for a free consultation to evaluate this.
As long as he is compliant with the existing court order the MVA will not suspend his license to drive. Regardless of whether he is paying, he can own the car however, if there is a judgment against him for back child support, she can force the sale of the car to get her money.
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