A new law that is scheduled to go into effect in September 2016 will affect those who are currently on child support.
The Texas Attorney General and the Department of Motor Vehicles have partnered up to ensure that those who are 185 days behind in child support will be lawfully prohibited from renewing their car registration.
Currently, your driver's or professional license may be suspended for failure to pay child support.
If you are more than 185 days behind in child support, you may be eligible for a payment plan. Contact the attorney general's office for more information.
Additionally, it may be in your best interest to speak with an attorney regarding your possible child support options.
An expired registration can subject you to traffic fines and violations. Be responsible. Take care of your child support obligation.