Deadbeats

What Responsible Parents Need to Know About Collecting Child Support

by Simone Spence

Deadbeats, What Responsible Parents Need to Know About Collecting Child Support Deadbeats (Click Here for more info)   may help you with legal or financial issues in your divorce or separation. You may just want unbiased advice, or to know what form or forms to fill out, or help in planning all the details.

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If you're tired of excuses, fed up with "The check's in the mail" and sick of seeing your kids go without, Deadbeats will take you step-by-step through the process of collecting every penny of child support you are owed. Don't just complain about your situation--take action! Make the system work for you and MAKE THAT DEADBEAT PAY! This book will empower you to: Establish, modify and enforce your child support order Find and hire an attorney (even a free one, if you qualify) Track down an absent parent and his or her assets Take advantage of the services of the courts and government Collect from unemployed, self-employed, bankrupt and other difficult absent parents Simone Spence is a nationally recognized leader in the field of child support enforcement. She is a recipient of the U.S. Senate Citation for Child Support Enforcement and Advocacy and has consulted with the U.S. Congress on child support legislation and enforcement. Ms. Spence is a writer, a consultant and the founder of the Spence Foundation, anational agency for the enforcement of child support.

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