Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Project Child Support Contracted To Collect Unpaid Child Support From FOX Sports Analyst And Former Major League Baseball Player Owing Unpaid Child Support To A Woman He Fathered A Child With While Married and Living A Double Life: Arrest Warrant Issued in 2012

Breaking News:  FOX Reporter, and Former MLB Relief Pitcher Duaner Sánchez Owes Child Support to Former Beauty Queen that Meet Felony Child Support Evasion Laws

Project Child Support has been contracted to provide services to seize and liquidate the assets of FOX Sports Reporter and Former MLB Player Duaner Sánchez to collect more than $33,877.46 that includes $21,877.46 in unpaid child support arrears (See: Arrears), and $12,000 in court awarded legal fees, not including interest (See: 2013 Judgment). Tania Lima, crowned Miss Cuban American in 1996, is the mother of Mr. Sánchez’s special needs daughter, who Mr. Sánchez refuses to support.  Ms. Lima claims that she learned her child’s father was married, when she revealed she was pregnant.  Ms. Lima’s child was born in between the birth of Mr. Sánchez’s second and third child with his current wife.  In 2012, an arrest warrant was issued against Mr. Sánchez in the State of Florida for failing to pay child support to Ms. Lima (See: Arrest Warrant), and in 2013 his driver’s license was suspended for the nonpayment of support (See: Suspension).

In October of 2013, Project Child Support similarly reported the arrears of Steven A. Jordan, A.K.A. Stevie J, Star of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta, whose arrest warrant mysteriously disappeared although Mr. Jordan did not make a payment.  In April of 2014, Federal Authorities arrested Stevie J, and now Project Child Support has set their sights on Mr. Sánchez.

Since Mr. Sánchez does not reside in the State of Florida, owes more than $10,000 in unpaid child support and has not made a payment in over a year, his case qualifies as a Federal Child Support Evasion action under the guidelines of the Office of Inspector General  See: Child Support Felony Guidelines & OIG Video).  “When Ms. Lima acquired our services,  Mr. Sánchez was temporarily residing in Mexico, although he owns a home in California with his wife.  Mr. Sánchez was a relief pitcher for the Arizona Diamondbacks, Pittsburgh Pirates, Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Mets, and San Diego Padres.  Although he made more than $4 million while playing professional baseball, his child support obligation was only set at $409.34 per month, which is a mystery within itself,” says Kai Patterson who is the founder of Project Child Support.

Project Child Support is an initiative of Bounty Alert, Inc., which was spearheaded by Kai D. Patterson to assist parents in the collection and payment of unpaid child support.  Mr. Patterson started the initiative in honor of his late mother, who was never able to collect child support from Mr. Patterson’s father.

Project Child Support at (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4357
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  1. Definitely he should be held accountable to pay support for the kid he fathered, why is support based on what your income is seems to me there should be a cap if you make over a certain guideline, although i'm shocked her amount is only $409.00 a month, guess it's not what you know, it's who you know

  2. I don't understand why some parents don't pay their child support. Why wouldn't you want to support your child and help them financially. It really saddens me and I also think that those who don't pay their child support seriously need to be held accountable. He has made loads of money from his professional baseball career... he should be able to pay $400 a month you would think.

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