How do investigators check with the courts to see if you are paying your child support? Do they actually look at the actual court order or is there something else?
The courts report you to several databases, depending on the state, when you are behind. They don’t have to go looking for the information.
Back child support is usually reported to the credit reporting agencies as court actions or state agency actions.
Yes, not paying your child support is a reportable issue that could impact your background investigation.
Failing to pay child support is a crime as well.
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