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ISBN:0932704913
Author: Benji O. Anosike
ISBN13: 978-0932704917
Title: How to Legally Collect Your Child's Fair Child Support Dues, or to Fight Paying When You Need to: The National Child Support Collection Enforcement Manual
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Category: Family Law
Publisher: Do It Yourself Legal Pub; NAtional Edition edition (June 30, 2007)
Pages: 164

How to Legally Collect Your Child's Fair Child Support Dues, or to Fight Paying When You Need to: The National Child Support Collection Enforcement Manual by Benji O. Anosike



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For assistance collecting your child support, seek help through the Child Support Enforcement Agency in your area. They'll provide help in locating an out of state parent, provide free attorney advisers, and file information through the district attorney’s office. When a parent does not pay child support the agency will help you collect and file the proper paperwork to ensure you get paid. To collect from a non-paying parent out of state, the local district attorney’s office will file the proper paperwork with the court system. Even unemployment payments can be used to catch up back child support so you need to stay on top of things and make sure you’re getting every penny you deserve. It’s also possible to have property seized, especially if it’s to collect a lot of back payments that were never made. For the business owner, a business license or professional license can be revoked for non-payment.

To a smaller extent, custodial parents may sometimes be required to pay, depending on the circumstances. As with any rule, there are exceptions, and you may be exempt from paying child support, provided you meet certain conditions. If your case is being handled by your state's child support enforcement agency, contact them to discuss your situation. Submit a formal motion to modify (or in this case, stop) child support payments, to the court or agency that is handling your case. Explain in detail what led you to the point where you are unable to provide for your child, and show solid proof.

Collecting child support internationally can be a complex and time-consuming process. The US is a member of the Hague Convention and has bilateral treaties with a number of other countries that help simplify the process Steps.

In fact, the National Child Support Enforcement Association provides a list of agencies to help with child support enforcement. If you have visitation rights and your ex is keeping you from your child, you need to petition the court to enforce your visitation rights. Waiting for him or her to have a revelation and provide support isn't at the top of that list.

Child support is a topic which tends to polarize all parties involved. Although in some situations, mothers pay child support to custodial fathers, in the vast majority of cases, mothers are the custodial parents and non-custodial fathers pay child support. Generally, the law requires a person paying child support to make those payments until any of these apply

These government child support service offices don’t represent either parent, but instead act on behalf of the state to make sure children receive the financial support they need. The Getting Help section below includes information on how to contact your local child support services office. Enforcing Child Support.

Literally "walks" the non-lawyer father or mother (or reader) through the legal and proper procedures for: collection of child support from the father (or mother); making proof of paternity; locating missing parent; garnishment of wages or suspension of passport or licene or tax refund interception; how to avoid or fight criminal prosecution or jail for non-payment of child support; how to enforce your fatherhood rights; how to reduce or get a more "fair" child support amount; how to avoid or regain your business or occupationallicense, etc. Complete with the applicable laws & Procedures which apply for EACH of the 50 States & DC