Yes. You can hire your own attorney to enforce child support. You don't have to use the AG's office. Using a private attorney will probably get a faster result, but the AG's office is far cheaper.
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I agree with Mr. Peterson. Hiring an experienced local family law attorney to help you enforce and collect on your past due child support can be effective. However if money is tight, you may want to use the AG's office.
On a separate note, Mr. Peterson is a well respected attorney in the Avvo community. His answers are tailored to each question and is always respectful of the asker's emotions. I would recommend you consult with him to discuss your legal options.
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Yes, a CP can absolutely hire their own attorney to enforce child support. Often times, this will lead to quicker results.
If you know where the NCP resides, that would be of great assistance, as the NCP will need to be properly served and Ordered to appear in court.
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