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I help folks with child support and contemp document prep and arrears calculations. I also do arrears collection on a contingent fee basis if you need help collecting. Feel fee to call me for a free initial consultation if you would like. I hope this helps.
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All of my colleagues can assist you. However, you might also wish to contact your local county Department of Human Services, Child Support Enforcement section. You pay a small fee ($30-40) and the department can assist with timely collection efforts. Although a contempt of court is a remedy that is of use, I tend to use it sparingly especially in these economic times where a judge must find that a party has the current ability to pay. I would prefer to have an obligor maintain an existing job (as opposed to possibly losing it by being put in jail) and secure payments through an income assignment or tax refund interception (by the County Child Support authorities).
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