Child Support Collection and Child Support Enforcement
Guardian Child Support Enforcement believes that child support collection for child support payments should not take longer to get than it takes to raise a child from birth to adulthood. After all, child support payments are supposed to be for the financial support in helping to raise a child. Unfortunately, in many child support collection cases, it often does take a lifetime of the child to collect child support payments. Far too often, child support collection takes too long to collect. This is mostly because custodial parents are limited in their child support collection options for going after child support payments.
It is quite common for Guardian Child Support Enforcement to hear the words…”he has never paid a penny of child support!” Many of the custodial parents who tell us these words have been waiting years for the State Attorney General’s Office to help them collect child support payments. Typically, after years of waiting for results on their child support collection case at the State Attorney General’s Office, frustrated custodial parents contact Guardian Child Support Enformcent for child support collection services. Because Guardian Child Support Enforcement takes a private practice approach to collecting child support payments, Guardian Child Support Enforcement offer hope to a lifetime of waiting. This private child support collection approach to collecting child support payments is much different from the approach taken by state child support collection agencies.
Some of the child support collection cases for which Guardian Child Support Enforcement has been hired to collect child support payments for include cases where the single mother has never gotten child support payments. Guardian Child Support Enforcement has worked many cases to get the child support payments for the single mothers even as the children approach adulthood. Guardian Child Support Enforcement is successful in getting child support payments even when the child passes the age of 18. Many custodial parents think that they can’t collect child support payments after their child turns 18 years of age. However, that is not the case. Guardian Child Support Enforcement can collect child support payments after the child passes the age of 18. Likewise, many non custodial parents think they are free from making child support payments after their child turns 18 years of age. When Guardian Child Support Enforcement starts collecting child support payments on those cases, the non custodial parents quickly learn that their child support obligation extends beyond the child turning 18 years of age. It is a shock to many but a relief for the custodial parent because now they are getting child support payments.
Guardian Child Support Enforcement earns a fee for child support collection services based on a percentage of child support money collected from the non paying parent. This contingency fee arrangement makes it possible for custodial parents to get help with child support collection without having to pay a large up front fee to a child support lawyer or by having to wait years for the State Attorney General’s Office to take action to get child support payments.
So if you are a custodial parent who has waited a lifetime to collect the child support payments that are due to you and your children, contact our child support office for a consultation on how we can help you end the waiting for child support payments.