It happens more often than people expect. An order is received from the state directing a parent to pay a certain amount of money per month. That parent has every intention of being there for his/her child and has every intention of paying the required support. Events occur, however, and suddenly the support obligation is no longer viable and a parent is being threatened with spending time in jail due to being in contempt of a court-ordered support obligation. Do not go at it alone. Have counsel there and allow your counsel to protect you so that you are not unjustly penalized.
Contact the attorneys at the Law Office of Brian L. Hill at (931) 320-9573 and let us support you through this process. We know the issues most pressing to you and can guide you along the way no matter the circumstances.