CHILD SUPPORT AND THE FAMILY RESPONSIBILITY OFFICE
Are you looking for child support? Do you have a child support order? By now you have probably heard of the Family Responsibility Office (FRO). If not, they are the government agency in charge of enforcing child support orders. Think of them as a government collection agency that helps out in family law cases. You can read about the Family Responsibility Office (FRO) in my other blogs. This article isn’t intended to go into detail about how the Family Responsibility Office (FRO) works or how they help you collect on the child support order that you have. Instead, it is intended to warn you about the pitfalls associated with having your child support order registered with them.
Once a family court child support order is made, the court will sign an order assigning collection of the child support order to the Family Responsibility Office (FRO). If everything goes as it should, you will be notified by the FRO and they will explain the process to you. However, every so often something goes terribly wrong. Click this link to find out how?
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