The next step is enforcement; however, if you did not fully discover all the income, then perhaps you should consult with a local attorney who can advise you on forensic investigation so the child support order will be based upon the correct amount. It is just as hard to collect $10 as it is to collect $10,000 if the non-custodial parent is determined to be difficult, but at least you'll be looking for a greater reward for your efforts when you are eventually successful. Good luck!
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If the non custodial parent refuses to pay the court ordered support, then start an enforcement proceeding and seek incarceration, willful default, legal fees, money judgment and interest. The preceding should et his attention and hopefully gets you the money and your legal fees. Consult with an experienced lawyer to assist you.
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First step is an enforcement proceeding in which an attorney could and should perform some discovery to find out where the payor 's assets are located so, if you are awarded a money judgment, you can attach the assets and squeeze him for the money. If he still persists, and you can prove it's willful, then he can be incarcerated until he pays all are part of the monies owed. Good luck!