The Florida Department of Revenue’s Child Support Enforcement Unit is charged by state and federal statute with assisting any parent with obtaining and enforcing child support. If the parent receiving child support is or has been on public assistance, DOR will often get involved even if that parent does not wish to receive child support from the other parent. But once DOR is involved, it is very important to pay attention when correspondence or notices are received form DOR.
In fact, DOR will often send out notices that a driver’s license or other professional license will be suspended due to the failure to pay child support, and if the parent who is supposed to pay support ignores the notices and letters, which are often confusing, then the suspension may take place with no further notice.
If you are receiving letters or notices from DOR it is important for you to seek the advice of a family law attorney who can help you navigate the sometimes confusing items which need to be done to protect your rights. If you are facing a DOR child support issue, we can help you protect your rights.
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