Child support is originally ordered when the parents of a minor child go through a divorce or when paternity of a child is established if the child was born out of wedlock. Child support is an order of the court. As such, you could face serious consequences for violating that order by not paying your support as ordered by the court. It also means that only a court can lower your child support, or modify the support order in any [ ] The post Can a Plano Father s Rights Lawyer Get My Child Support Lowered? appeared first on Law Office of Jon R. Boyd..