To avoid conflict, you can send a letter of demand to the paying parent who owes the unpaid child support debt.
Address the letter to the paying parent who owes the child support debt and provide them with an opportunity to pay the debt in full or to make an arrangement to pay the debt.
Your letter must provide the paying parent who owes the child support debt with at least 14 days to respond.
Keep a copy of the letter and keep a record of when it was sent.
There are powers under legislation to recover overdue child support. This can be done through:
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