The Act provides for service of process in proceedings to enforce alimony and child support payments, for service to be perfected, even if the respondent does not answer, and for the respondent to be charged with costs. The Act also changes the conditions under which the Department of Human Resources accepts applications for support enforcement services, provides for reimbursement of the department for attorneys' fees, and authorizes the collection of interest on judgments initiated by the department. July 1, 1987
Brenner, J. and DiSantis, L.
"DOMESTIC RELATIONS Alimony and Child Support: Provide for Enforcement and Collection,"
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