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Huntley drivers license reinstatement attorney

In Illinois, most reasons for driver’s license suspension are connected to traffic violations and criminal charges related to driving. However, according to the Family Financial Responsibility Act, a person’s driver’s license can also be suspended for failing to pay court-ordered child support, or for abusing parenting time or visitation. If you are facing a suspension of your license for one of these reasons, it is important to understand how you may be able to avoid the suspension or get your license back.

When Can a Parent’s Driver’s License Be Suspended?

In Illinois, when a parent has been delinquent on child support payments for at least 90 days, the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services (DHFS) or a circuit court with jurisdiction over the case can notify the Illinois Secretary of State’s office to initiate a driver’s license suspension for the delinquent parent. A court can also notify the office of the Secretary of State to begin the process of suspending the driver’s license of a parent who has been adjudicated to be in violation of a visitation or parenting time order.

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