In Indiana, how far behind must the non-custodial parent be in child support payments before legal action can be taken? The non-custodial parent is now more than $3500 in arrears and has no other children. What and at what amounts can certain actions be taken - such as revoking driver's license, taking tax refunds, and ultimately jail time?
No payments have ever been made and although I would like as much information as possible, I'm most interested in when jail time for arrears could be sentenced. Also, do prior convictions (marijuana possession, battery, probation violation) have any weight on jail time?