Collecting Your Child Support Payments Fast

Child support collection can be difficult, especially if the noncustodial parent refuses to make the payments that are ordered by the courts. Sadly, it is common for the custodial parent to give simply up on attempts to collect the payments, especially if the other parent is being difficult or elusive. Government agencies may be of little help to desperate parents trying to get the child support payments they need to raise their children. Parents do have another option for collecting child support payments. Independent child support collection agencies can get families the money they need, and deserve, to provide for their children.
Government agencies are big and impersonal, viewing each child support case as a number with a name attached. They are often overloaded with cases, most of which involve payments that are made as ordered, and they often do not have the time or resources to assist when payments are not being paid as ordered. It can be frustrating having to deal with new government agencies if one parent moves out of state. Often, parents are frustrated with the lack of individual support from government agencies, since budgeting cutbacks have restricted the support services that these agencies provide.
“The child support collection process can be difficult, especially in situations where the noncustodial parent refuses to pay or becomes aggressive. Courts can order parents to make child support payments, but enforcing these can be difficult.” Donna at OC DUI Expert. It can be hard for the parents with custody to separate their emotions from the situation, and it is often pointless for them to approach the non-paying parent on their own to get the payments. If problems occur with collecting the child support payments, the entire process can become emotionally draining and financially devastate for the custodial parent.
Independent support collection agencies or family oriented law firms provide an alternative for parents trying to get their court-ordered child support. They can offer personalized service to meet clients’ individual needs. “Often, these agencies can do things that government agencies cannot, such as research and locate deadbeat parents that have gone into hiding to avoid their responsibilities. They can also take the time to explain confusing issues to the custodial parent. Since they often have more resources than government agencies, they can produce results faster, providing families with the money that they deserve.” says Janet, BLS APC. These independent agencies are working for the custodial parents, not the government, to produce the best, fastest results.
A difficult process can be made much easier with the right tools. Government agencies simply cannot help every parent that has child support payment issues, and they cannot provide the individual support that families deserve. Independent agencies can offer real help and effective solutions, tracking down noncustodial parents and getting money quickly. They can take the time to make every aspect of the process clear and easy to understand, and they can customize their process to meet the needs of the family involved. Most importantly, they can get families the money that they need much more quickly than any government agency could. These agencies are a great option for those families that need real help, quickly.