Many different considerations arise when someone decides that it is time to bring their marriage to an end. For example, they may worry about the impact it will have on their kids or the financial side of things (alimony, child support, etc.). Each divorce is unique, and some people face issues involving their spouse’s ability to cooperate. For example, some couples can work together and end their marriage amicably, while others may have an incredibly difficult time and their husband or wife may want to do everything in their power to prevent the divorce.
Parents who struggle to pay their child support may have diverse concerns, such as losing their tax refund or facing other penalties associated with unpaid child support. What some may not realize is that unpaid child support can interfere with life in all sorts of other ways, such as making one ineligible to obtain a passport. Moreover, you may be wondering how much unpaid child support one must owe in order to have their passport eligibility revoked. In this post, we will examine back child support and applying for a U.S. passport.