Stories are cropping up across the nation about parents who stop child support payments because they were laid off. Unfortunately, this not only hurts the children, it can also mean jail time for the parent in default.
However, when a parent loses the means to make child support payments, he or she need not go to jail. If you are having trouble making payments, you can ask your attorney to help you change the child support agreement.
If you are having child support difficulties, contact the Raleigh divorce attorneys of Marshall & Taylor, PC at 919-833-1040.