If a non-custodial parent is not paying court-ordered child support, there are a number of remedies that can be pursued to force compliance and recover owed support. One remedy is to garnish wages by way of income deduction or income execution; thus relief is sought directly from the non-paying parent's employer. A party may seek to obtain a money judgment which, when obtained, would allow restraining notices and levies on, as well as sale of, personal property. Seeking to sequester the non-paying parent's property may be proper if there is a threat that the non-paying parent is leaving the state. A party may also seek a a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) to pay child support. A QDRO allows seizure from pension or profit-sharing plans. If it can be established that all the above remedies have proved to be futile and the nonpayment of child support is willful, then civil contempt, which may result in incarceration, is available.