A New Weekly Talk Show and Service to Assist More Than 37.5
Million Custodial Parents Not Receiving Adequate Child Support
More than $100 Billion Owed in Child Support in America as of 2011
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Child support neglect has reached an all-time epidemic in the America, and the number of custodial parents not receiving adequate child support continues to rise. According to the Separated Parenting Access and Resource Center (SPARC), 75% of the noncustodial parents that owe child support arrears, can afford to pay their arrears. When the Office of Child Support Enforcement cannot collect child support arrears from a noncustodial parent, a custodial parent can file to obtain a Child Support Enforcement Order, which enables a noncustodial parent's assets to be levied, seized and liquidated to pay their arrears. Most custodial parents owed child support arrears, cannot afford to retain an attorney to assist them in obtaining a Child Support Enforcement Order.
To assist these parents, the Custodial Support Foundation provides custodial parents with a Collection Program, which includes investigative and legal services to obtain a Child Support Enforcement Order, in addition to collection services to pay their arrears. Once an Enforcement Order is obtained by a custodial parent, the Custodial Support Foundation's collection agency will levy, seize and liquidate a noncustodial parent's assets, pay their arrears, and collect any fees required to obtain the Enforcement Order. The collected child support is paid to their account at Office of Child Support Enforcement, and the collected fees are refunded to the custodial parent.
The Custodial Support Foundation now produces the Custodial Support Forum, which is a weekly television workshop that addresses the many problems related to child support within America and provides solutions to those problems. The Custodial Support Forum is hosted by Kai Patterson, who is the Founder of the Custodial Support Foundation. The show is also Co-Hosted by Attorney Alex Stremler, Esq., who is a Family Law Attorney with more than 19 years dealing with child support cases, and Attorney Benjamin G. Kelsen, JMC, who is a Municipal Court Judge, as well as a Criminal Attorney. The Custodial Support Forum, is produced with the support of Cablevision and airs on Cablevision's Public Access Network on Channel 19 in Essex County, New Jersey. Each Custodial Support Forum Episode can also be seen on the Custodial Support Foundation's Website, and YouTube.
Each episode of the Custodial Support Forum tackles one of the many problems that has enabled the more than 37.5 million custodial parents to not receive adequate child support.
Episode 1 provides viewers insight into the immense problem of child support within America, and the guests discuss some of the many causes for the child support problem within America. In Part 1 of Episode 1, Host Kai Patterson discusses the problems that custodial and noncustodial parents face when trying to collect or pay child support with custodial parent Antoinette Dismukes, who is owed more than $62,000 in child support arrears, and Geneva Ortiz, who was once owed child support.
In Part 2 of Episode 1, Attorney Benjamin Kelsen provides Host Kai Patterson with solutions for problems presented in Part 1. Attorney Kelsen suggests custodial parents owed child support arrears should seek a Child Support Enforcement Order.
Episode 2 was created to rovide instructions assist the more than 25 million custodial parents that are not receiving adequate child support, in filing to obtain a Child Support Order. In Part 1 of Episode 2, Host Kai Patterson introduces Family Law Attorney Alexandra Stremler to discuss with Custodial Parent Antoinette Dismukes and Former Criminal Investigator Diane Hernandez, why custodial parents have not file to receive a child support order. The cast remind viewers that filing to obtain a Child Support Order is a child's right, which a custodial parent should exercise.
In Part 2 of Episode 2, Attorney Benjamin Kelsen provides a workshop that teaches custodial and noncustodial parents how to calculate how much child support they should be receiving or paying.
Episode 3 was created to assist the more than 12.5 million parents with Child Support Orders, and who are owed child support arrears with obtaining a Child Support Enforcement Order. In Part 1 of Episode 3, Host Kai Patterson, Family Law Attorney Alexandra Stremler, Custodial Parent Antoinette Dismukes and Former Criminal Investigator Diane Hernandez discuss the tricks and schemes noncustodial parents use to avoid paying child support, thus limiting the Office of Child Support Enforcement's ability to enforce a Child Support Order.
In Part 2 of Episode 3, Attorney Benjamin Kelsen provides step-by-step instructions for obtaining an effective Child Support Enforcement Order; to levy, seize and liquidate noncustodial parents assets to pay their child support arrears.
Episode 4 was created to assist custodial parents that have Child Support Enforcement Orders with levying, seizing and liquidating the assets of noncustodial parents to pay their arrears, with the support of a collection agency. In Part 1 of Episode 4, Host Kai Patterson introduces President John Monderine of the Rapid Recovery Solutions Collection Agency to discuss with Attorney Alexandra Stremler and Custodial Parent Antoinette Dismukes, what is needed in a Child Support Enforcement Order to effectively utilize a collection agency.
In Part 2 of Episode 4, Host Kai Patterson introduces Collection Attorney Samuel Fields of the Rapid Recovery Solutions Collection Agency with Attorney Alexandria Stremler and Attorney Benjamin Kelsen to discuss the terms needed in a Child Support Enforcement Order to effectively collect through a collection agency.
Custodial Support Foundation Programs to Assist Parents
The Filing Program was created by the Custodial Support Foundation to provide free step-by-step to instructions, and filing locations to obtain a Child Support Order. If a custodial parent is unable to locate a noncustodial parent to obtain a Child Support Order, the Custodial Support Foundation enables custodial parents to receive Investigative Services to determine the location, assets and income of noncustodial parents. This service enables the Office of Child Support Enforcement to notify noncustodial parents of their required court dates, which is required to enable custodial parents to receive a child support order.
The Collection Program was created by the Custodial Support Foundation to enable the more than 12.5 million custodial parents owed child support arrears, to obtain a Child Support Enforcement Order. Enforcement Orders enable the assets of noncustodial parents to be levied, seized and liquidated to pay their child support arrears. The program provides custodial parents with investigative services, to determine a noncustodial parent's location, income and assets. The program also provides custodial parents attorneys to file their Motions to obtain Child Support Enforcement Orders and the services of a collection agency, once enforcement orders have been obtained.
The Amnesty Program was created by the Custodial Support Foundation to assist noncustodial parents that owe child support to establish settlements to repay their arrears. The program provides legal and collection services to enable noncustodial parents to establish settlement agreements to pay their arrears, suspend their arrest warrants, restore their licenses, restore their passports and stop income tax levies for the nonpayment of child support. Episode 7 of the Custodial Support Forum will address issues related to noncustodial parents that owe child support arrears and need assistance in establishing settlement agreements. The episode will enable Custodial Parent Antoinette Dismukes to address issues raised by noncustodial parents relating to the fairness of the child support system to noncustodial parents, and specifically noncustodial fathers.
Kai Patterson is the Founder the Custodial Support Foundation and is the Executive Producer of the Custodial Support Forum. Mr. Patterson established the foundation and weekly talk show to help the more than 37.5 custodial parents owed child support in America. As a child, Kai Patterson was raised by a single parent mother in Newark, New Jersey, who never received child support assistance from Kai's father. Although Kai Patterson's father was an established motion picture producer, playwright, and choreographer, Kai Patterson did not meet his father until he was 9 years old. As a tribute to his mother deceased, Brenda Patterson West, Kai Patterson founded the Custodial Support Foundation, established Bounty Alert, Inc. and created the Bounty Alert Fugitive Recovery System.
Alexandria Stremler is a Family Law Attorney that assists custodial and noncustodial parents that subscribe to the services of the Custodial Support Foundation. Mrs. Stremler provides legal services and locates attorneys in each subscriber's regions to provide legal services for the Custodial Support Foundation.
Benjamin Kelsen is a Criminal Attorney that sheds light on the criminal issues related to the nonpayment of child support, under the Child Support Recovery Act.
Antoinette Dismukes, is a Custodial Parent, who was owed more than $62,000 in child support arrears when she first appeared as a guest of the Custodial Support Forum. Miss Dismukes subscribed to the Custodial Support Foundation's Collection Program and was so pleased with the services, she offered to share her experiences as a cast member on the Custodial Support Forum.
Fugitive Recovery Services
The Custodial Support Foundation is sponsored by Bounty Alert, Inc.; a company that provides a fugitive recovery system, which was also created by Kai Patterson. Bounty Alert enables the general public to receive free fugitive alerts that consist of profiles of noncustodial parents with arrest warrants for the nonpayment of child support. In addition to e-mail and mobile phone alerts, users can also execute fugitive internet and mobile phone fugitive searches. Noncustodial parents with child support warrants no longer have the comforts of remaining anonymous when they owe child support arrears. Bounty Alert has also contracted 43 fugitive recovery agencies to apprehend noncustodial parents with child support warrants. Episode 6 of the Custodial Support Forum addresses noncustodial parents with child support warrants and is scheduled to air and be available online July 21, 2012.
Free Analysis and Filing Services
The Custodial Support Foundation is providing free child support analysis services to custodial and noncustodial parents. The free consultation enables parents to learn what services are available to assist their child support related issues. Custodial parents that need to file to obtain a child support order can also learn how the Office of Child Support Enforcement can also collect insurance payments under a child support order.
Media Contact Information:
Founder and Co-Host
Phone: (201) 800-1911
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PARENTS MAY CONTACT
The Custodial Support Foundation at (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4357
or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Custodial Support Foundation at (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4357
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