What does it mean to have a court issue an attachment in a child support case?

Asked on January 24, 2013 under Family Law, Tennessee

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An "attachment" results in a child support case when a parent is not paying support for a minor and the "attachment" essentially is a lien on a bank account or some other property of the parent owing money to force the payment of such.


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