Unfortunately, you will have to notify FOC of his employer/employment so an Income Withholding Order gets entered and sent to the employer. By the time it reaches the employer, he may already be on to another job. The fact that his social security number is known is not relevant to collecting the support. You are not in this boat alone. Without an income or his known whereabouts, there's not much you can do. You can contact a PA attorney of private investigator to look for property or a job he may be employed at, but then a certified copy of your Judgment would have to be registered in PA and then the work begins. It will be difficult to find an attorney to do this, as you'll probably be charged as much or more than what you're owed. I don't know any attorneys who'd take a matter of this nature on for a percentage of any recovery. It is just not a wise investment of time for an attorney.
Neil M. Colman
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You need to keep the Friend of the Court informed of any information you have one him. They will collect the support for you. Unfortunately, he does have to be working for the Friend of the Court to collect the money. For you to collect on your own, you need to have the State of Pennsylvania acknowledge your Michigan judgment and then proceed with collection.