(a) A friend of the court may coordinate nonjudicial efforts to improve compliance with a court order relating to child support or possession of or access to a child by use of:
(1) telephone communication;
(2) written communication;
(3) one or more volunteer advocates under Chapter 107;
(4) informal pretrial consultation;
(5) one or more of the alternate dispute resolution methods under Chapter 154, Civil Practice and Remedies Code;
(6) a licensed social worker;
(7) a family mediator; and
(8) employment agencies, retraining programs, and any similar resources to ensure that both parents can meet their financial obligations to the child.
(b) A friend of the court, not later than the 15th day of the month following the reporting month:
(1) shall report to the court or monitor reports made to the court on:
(A) the amount of child support collected as a percentage of the amount ordered; and
(B) efforts to ensure compliance with orders relating to possession of or access to a child; and
(2) may file an action to enforce, clarify, or modify a court order relating to child support or possession of or access to a child.
Terms Used In Texas Family Code 202.002
(c) A friend of the court may file a notice of delinquency and a request for a writ of income withholding under Chapter 158 in order to enforce a child support order.