Yes, but you must remember a lien on property does not by itself result in the immediate collection of any money. It only stops the owner from selling, transferring, or borrowing against the property until the child support debt is paid. However, the presence of a property lien may motivate the noncustodial parent to pay the pastdue support in order to keep the title to the property clear.
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