Can You Go After Your Ex For Child Support On A Felony Level?

Each state has its own laws regarding child support obligations, but one thing remains true across the board: if a person is court-ordered to pay child support and fails to do so, they are in contempt of a judge's order. Whether or not they're held accountable for that failure is dependent upon a few factors, including whether the receiving individual of said child support files a case against the obligated person.