Child Support Collection

Written by Jessica Duquette
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Child support collection is a financial obstacle that haunts many American households. With the increasing divorce rate, many parents are forced into ugly custody battles and property disputes. Many of this issues are resolved in a court and end in child support fees and visitation rights.

Court Decision

Unfortunately, many times the well being of the child is overlooked and the judge's decision ignored. Child support goes unpaid and visitation rights are not enforced. While these mandates are independent of one another they often occur simultaneously.

Rather than adding to an already astounding statistic of $92.3 billion each year in uncollected child support, enlist the help of experts. These people are dedicated to tracking down irresponsible parents and forcing them to pay overdue child support. Many of these firms work on a contingency basis meaning you don't pay them unless the money is retrieved.

Qualifying for Child Support Collection

There are several states in the U.S. that do not permit third party assistance in child support collection. You can easily find out if you live in one of the qualifying states by filling out a few brief questions online. Once you have determined your eligibility for help you can start the process rolling immediately.


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