There’s something about the threat of losing a license to practice that gets deadbeat lawyer dads — and lawyer moms — to cough up that money they owe for child support.

As it does once a year, the State Bar is preparing its list, and checking it twice, of lawyers whose licenses will be recommended to the California Supreme Court for suspension — absent last-minute checks in the mail.

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