- Posted June 5, 2012 by
Montvale, New Jersey
Episode 3: Child Support Enforcement Orders to Collect Child Support Arrears
Why and How to Obtain a Child Support Enforcement Order
Episode 3 of the Custodial Support Forum, provides discussions that explain why custodial parents should obtain a Child Support Enforcement Order to levy, seize and liquidate noncustodial parent's assets that fail to pay child support, but can. Part 1 of Episode 3, provides discussions that outline the challenges of acquiring the necessary information to obtain a Child Support Enforcement Order.
The 2nd Part of Episode 3, provides a detailed overview of how to obtain a Child Support Enforcement Order, and what to do to ensure your child support arrears are not used a payment for collection services.
The Custodial Support Foundation not only provides a Collection Program to assist custodial parents in obtaining a Child Support Enforcement Order, custodial parents are also provided with investigative services to determine noncustodial parents' locations, incomes and assets in an investigative report.
The investigative report can be used in a motion to represent a noncustodial parent was served, when they refuse to accept being served by the court. The investigative report also enables the assets to be determined and seized once an Enforcement Order has been granted by the court.
The Custodial Support Foundation provides custodial parents with attorneys to assists in the preparation of Motions to obtain an Enforcement Order to levy, seize and liquidate a noncustodial parents assets that refuse to pay child support or satisfy their child support arrears.
The Custodial Support Foundation also offers Attorney Appearance Service that provides an attorney to file the necessary court documents and make the court appearance to seize and liquidate noncustodial parent's assets.
The Custodial Support Foundation also provides custodial parents with an attorney based collection agency that has a 91% success rate of collecting debts with Enforcement Orders and an 84% rate of collecting debts with a Court Order. The Custodial Support Foundation's collection agency's fees are included in the Motions prepared by the Foundation's attorneys to prevent any child support arrears from being deducted as payment or to prevent the custodial parent from being required to pay the collection agency.
The Custodial Support Foundation provides services to assist on the speedy apprehension of noncustodial parents with child support warrants. The services include requesting a Child Support Arrest Warrant be issued in accordance with noncustodial parents contempt of complying with a child support order. The services also include requesting the Judge grant to payment of a fugitive recovery agent by the noncustodial parent to assist in the speedy apprehension of the noncustodial parent. Bounty Alert has contracted more than 43 Licensed Fugitive Recovery Agencies to apprehend noncustodial parents with child support warrants.
Custodial parents not receiving adequate child support can receive assistance in obtaining an Enforcement Order and the collection of their arrears by calling the Custodial Support Foundation's Call Center at (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4357. Viewers can also visit the Custodial Support Foundation's website at http://www.CustodialSupport.org.