Yes. You have an ongoing obligation to pay child support even if you are incarcerated.
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Ms. Guerra-Valdes is correct, because children still need to eat while you are incarcerated, the obligation to pay child support continues as well. You may be able to work out a payment plan with the Florida Department of Revenue to get your license reinstated.
Absolutely, my colleagues are correct. Your obligation continued, and thus the arrearages have accrued.
This also obtains elements of foreclosure law and issues regarding conflict of interest.
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