in paying child support. and local entities that provide employment services any unemployed or underemployed obligor who is in arrears in court-ordered child support payments. and other cost-effective methods to display photographs and profiles of certain obligors who are in arrears in paying child support.
(a) If an obligor is not in arrears and the obligor's child support obligation has terminated, the obligee (a) If a child support agency or local child support registry receives from an obligor who is not in arrears a child support payment in an amount that exceeds the court-ordered amount, the agency or registry
(a) If the respondent has posted a cash bond and is found to be in arrears in the payment of court-ordered child support, the court shall order that the proceeds of the cash bond be paid to the child support
.— In an action to enforce arrears under a child support order, a court shall apply the statute of limitation
requirements on the establishment of new child support orders, the establishment of paternity, changes in child support payments to custodial households, and changes in arrears owed on child support orders;