Ohio Child Support

Written by Jessica Duquette
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Irresponsible Parents

Ohio child support laws are similar to most other U.S. regulations. Once ordered by the court to pay child support, you are obligated to mail a payment in each month. Unfortunately many parents avoid their financial obligations leaving the parent with custody in financial turmoil.

If you have already been to court and the case for Ohio child support has been determined, you may then turn your case over to a private firm. These people will be more apt to locate the parent in question and collect the overdue fees. Before you contact these agencies you may want to find out if you qualify for this type of assistance.

Getting Ohio Child Support Help

Some states have banned private recovery agencies from operating. To determine whether your state is one of these, many sites will have a pre-qualification survey. This will ask you a series of questions about your situation and location. Your responses will determine whether or not you are eligible for private support.

With no up front fees or application costs you can begin the process of collecting your child support immediately. On a contingency basis, the firm is paid after the fees have been collected. Be sure to ask up front how much of the recovered money will go directly to you and what portion will go to the firm. Keep in mind a percentage of your deserved money is better than no money at all.

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