Why is there a child support lien on my car?

Administrative liens are liens placed on a payer by operation of law - that is, without obtaining a court order. Unpaid child support is automatically considered a lien against a payer's property.  It affects all titled property (real and personal) the payer holds such as land, motor vehicles, accounts at financial institutions, recreational vehicles.  You can view the Wisconsin Lien Docket for further information.

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1. I have a change of address/employment, how do I update that?
2. I have a new child support case. How will I receive my child support payments?
3. I want genetic testing. Where do I do this? How much does it cost? What if I don't live in Bayfield County?
4. I want to file my own motion with the Clerk of Court. How do I do that?
5. What happens if I lost/quit my job?
6. The other parent isn't allowing me to have visitation with my child. What do I do?
7. I usually receive my child support payments on Tuesdays. Its Wednesday and I haven't received it.
8. I want to change my child support order. How do I do that?
9. Why is there a child support lien on my car?