You need to contact your attorney and have then send a letter stating he no longer represents you so they will take his name off as your attorney. Even through your attorney stated they could talk to you, the child support is very hesitant to discuss issue on your child support case when you have an attorney. Once that has been done, you should be able to talk to them. If you are not getting helpful information over the phone as to why they are not enforcing the order, go in and talk with a caseworker at the office. It could be that they cannot locate him and that is why no enforcement action has been started. If you do hire an attorney, if he is found in contempt of court, the NCP can be ordered to reimburse your attorneys fee. Good luck.
Get your lawyer to formally withdraw from the case.
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I agree with the prior posts. You may need your lawyer to formally withdraw or send the OAG a letter confirming that he/she no longer represents you.
The AG's job is to represent the State's interests. They should assist you in enforcing NCP's failure to pay child support but they do not represent you.
Maybe you can find an attorney who will work with you on a payment plan and you can request NCP be ordered to pay your attorney's fees. Good Luck.
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AG refusing to speak to you because according to their systems you are represented. Have your attorney fax over a letter of non-representation. After this is sent call into the AG office to set up an appointment to speak with someone to file an enforcement.
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