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Deadbeat vs Deadbroke: How to Collect Your Child Support When They Are Self-Employed, Unemployed, Quasi-Employed, Working Under-The-Table or In Ca

ISBN: 9780578140759
Publisher: Eggshell Press
Publication Date: 2014-07-09
Number of pages: 348
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She's "penniless" but drives a new car. He manipulates his paperwork to appear destitute. He is self-employed but claims to be unemployed and deposits money into his girlfriends account. She outright lies about her income in court. He's honestly penniless and trying to improve his finances. Only one of these deserves any sympathy. The other four are deadbeat parents, capitalizing on the court system's willingness to forgive past-due child support in the face of financial distress. On one end...exists indifference and irresponsibility and at the inability to provide financial support due to personal circumstances. In Deadbeat vs. Deadbroke, child support consultant Simone Spence brings the conversation back to where it belongs-the children. She provides you with the information and tools needed to represent a child's interests in child support collection, whether you're a parent, attorney, or caseworker. Learn how to identify signs of financial fraud, and how to present your case in court. Discover how to negotiate when the obligor is truly penniless, and how to work within the system willing to put a parent's needs ahead of a child's. Child support is not a privilege. It is a right owed to America's children. Simone Spence helps you protect that right. Establish, modify and enforce your child support order Discover over 60 sources PI's use to track people and use them on the non-residential parent Learn how to track and uncover hidden assets of the non-payor

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