I pay child support and they suspended my license because I'm behind because I couldn't find work but isn't it unconstitutional for them to do that how do they determine which parent has to pay ain't that discrimination cuz they discriminate against the other parent that's not paying anything they choose who they want to pay
The court determines which parent pays, it is based on state law. It is not discrimination. It is not unconstitutional. Parents have a moral and legal responsibility to support their children.
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