By Child-Support.com Staff – Last updated
The State of Washington Child Support laws provides for conditions and parameters for the enforcement of child support obligations including remedies such as wage withholding and liens against property owned by the non-paying parent. The provisions are periodically updated and revised by the State of Washington to best reflect the shifting environments and economies that have an effect on parents and the child support they supply or receive. While the laws are available for public view, it is best advised to seek legal counsel when navigating any potential court ordered actions.
You can find the current set of laws pertaining to the Washington State Code Title 26, Chapter 26:18 on Enforcement on the Washington State Legislature website.