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The Department of Revenue can suspend your drivers license to encourage you to pay court ordered child support. When you are required to pay court ordered child support and you fail to make timely payments, your support obligation goes into arrears. The arrears is the number you owe in back child support. The Department of Revenue has many ways to make you pay. One of those is the suspension of your drivers license. If your drivers license has been suspended you will need to come current on your outstanding child support, plus pay fees to reinstate your drivers license. You could also file a motion and ask that the court reinstate your license. The court will want to know how you will pay child support that you owe. If you can't afford the court ordered child support, you may want to consider asking for a modification or a change in the amount due each month.
Mary Zogg has extensive experience in assisting Orlando, Winter Park, Maitland, Longwood, Central Florida and Fort Lauderdale residents who require professional Divorce and Family Law Attorney legal services.