Is it mandatory to pay arrears for child support in Florida
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Yes, by not doing so you put yourself at risk of having potential garnishment of your wages, tax refunds, etc. You also put yourself at risk of being held in contempt by the court which will create more negative circumstances for you. The FL Department of Revenue can tell you the arrear amounts owed. Good luck, and seek out an attorney if you need assistance or possible settlement negotiations.
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Yes, it is required to pay any back support. If you contact the Department of Revenue they would likely be able to provide you with your balance.