Driver’s License Suspension for Failure to Pay Child Support

Driver’s License Suspension for Failure to Pay Child Support

Child Support
Failure to pay child support is no joke. In fact, not paying child support will result in imminent negative repercussions. The State of South Carolina has several enforcement powers to collect child support including, but not limited to, tax liens, property liens, wage garnishments, passport denials, and suspension of licenses. One essential license that can be suspended is your driver’s license. Once the South Carolina Child Support Services Division (CSSD) locates a non-custodial parent with an arrearage of at least $500 and no child support payments made within 60 days, a driver’s license may be subject to suspension or revocation after a 45-day notice period. After suspension or revocation, the individual cannot have their license reinstated until an agreement has been made with the CSSD to pay the arrearage. Working…
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