Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Free Child Support Collection Services for Unemployed
and Disabled Custodial Parents Owed Child Support

Free Investigative, Legal, Collection, Seizure, Liquidation, and Apprehension Services Provided to Collect Child Support Arrears from Deadbeat Noncustodial Parents!

20 Free Subscriptions for the First Callers!

No Portion Of Arrears Taken As Fees = 100% of Arrears Go to Custodial Parents!

24-Hour Call Center: (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4357

United States - The Custodial Support Foundation has received the financial support to provide free services to the first 20 unemployed or disabled custodial parents owed child support, with child support orders.  The free services provides are:

To receive the free services provided by the Custodial Support Foundation and Bounty Alert, custodial parents must meet the following criteria:

1.   The custodial parent must have an active child support order and owed arrears
2.   The custodial parent must provide proof they are unemployed or on disability
3.   The noncustodial parent must have verifiable income, or assets

In order to verify the income, assets, and location of each noncustodial parent that owes the arrears, the Custodial Support Foundation will provide exhaustive investigative services.  Once the location, income and assets are verified, custodial parents will be provided with the legal documents to receive court orders to seize and liquidate each noncustodial parent’s assets.  Upon the court orders being issued, an attorney based collection agency will seize as well as liquidate each noncustodial parent's assets, and pay the custodial parent's arrears.  The payment of each custodial parent's arrears will be paid to their respective regional Office of Child Support Enforcement.

To prevent any portion of each custodial parent's arrears being deducted for any additional fees, the court documents will be filed to require each noncustodial parent to pay all fees in addition to any arrears and expenses.  Should a noncustodial parent have an arrest warrant, Bounty Alert has contracted 43 fugitive recovery agencies to assist law enforcement agencies in the noncustodial parent's apprehension.  Typically, noncustodial parents with arrest warrants for failing to pay child support are not pursued by law enforcement agencies, which enable children to go years without receiving child support.  With more than 2.5 million outstanding arrest warrants for felony and violent crimes, law enforcement agencies are overwhelmed with providing public safety before apprehending deadbeats with arrest warrants.  Many noncustodial parents with child support warrants use the limitations of law enforcement agencies, and go about their everyday lives while their children don't receive the support they need.

According to the Office of Child Support Enforcement, child support arrears reached over $100 billion for the custodial parents with child support orders in the United States in 2011.  These statistic does not include the approximately 25 million U.S. custodial parents that do not have child support orders to receive child support.  To assist custodial parents that do not have child support orders, the Custodial Support Foundation also provides a free Filing Program to provide custodial parents with the instructions and locations to file to receive child support through a child support order. "I am elated that we are offering free subscriptions for 20 custodial parents owed child support with child support orders" says Bounty Alert's Chief Financial Officer, David Cooke, Esq..  "I am even more excited about the true beneficiaries of these subscriptions; the neglected and voiceless youth who are often without an advocate that will finally get what they have long deserved", says Attorney Cooke.

Custodial parents can begin calling the Custodial Support Foundation's 24-Hour Call Center on a "first come first served" basis at (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4357.  Custodial parents should have copies of their child support orders and statements of arrears, along with any documents to confirm their unemployment or disability.  All information will be protected under attorney client privileges and in accordance with the Custodial Support Foundation's privacy policyFor more information, please visit www.CustodialSupport.org.  Custodial parents that are not unemployed or on disability can receive the services for only 13 payments of $30, plus $10 shipping and handling of documents, or a onetime payment of $350.

The Custodial Support Foundation at (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4357
or via e-mail at support@custodialsupport.org

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