Interesting news tidbit coming out of Michigan’s Supreme Court involving defenses to child support enforcement:  NCPs now have a defense against child support enforcement–that they cannot pay child support; but it just better be because it is impossible for them to pay, i.e., the NCP has exhausted all resources from which to support his or her child and therefore cannot pay and should not be held in contempt. See original article here

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Mac Pierre-Louis, an attorney at The Law Office of Pierre-Louis & Carr, PLLC based in Houston, TX, writes about child support law issues. He is bar licensed only in the states of Texas and Florida.