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My husband has never paid a penny of his support for about 11 years.

child_support_personQ) My husband has never paid a penny of his support for about 11 years. Florida has closed his case twice stating they can’t find him. I know of the mobile home park he lives in and the name of his child’s school. Will this be sufficient enough? Or do I need more info?

A) In most cases, the child support agency must know where the other parent lives or works to establish the paternity of a child, obtain an order for support, and enforce that order.

To notify the noncustodial parent in advance – for example, by certified mail or personal service – under the state’s service of process requirements child support officials need a correct address. If you do not have the address, the child support office can try to find it.

To assist in finding noncustodial parents state and tribal child support agencies, with due process and security safeguards, have access to information from the following:

▪ public assistance agency
▪ motor vehicle department
▪ law enforcement departments
• Records of private entities like public utilities and cable television companies (such as names and addresses of individuals and their employers as they appear in customer records)
• Credit bureaus
• State and local government:
▪ vital statistics
▪ state tax files
▪ real and titled personal property records
▪ occupational and professional licenses and business information
▪ employment security agency
• Information held by financial institutions, including asset and liability data
• The State Directory of New Hires (SDNH), to which employers must report new employees
• The Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS)

The FPLS, which includes the Federal Case Registry (FCR) and the National Directory of New Hires (NDNH), has access to information from:

• The Internal Revenue Service, the Department of Defense, the National Personnel Records Center including quarterly wage data for federal employees, the Social Security Administration, and the Department of Veterans Affairs
• State Directories of New Hires
• State Workforce Agencies (SWA)




3 Responses to My husband has never paid a penny of his support for about 11 years.

  1. I am a honorably discharged United States army veteran! I’m getting ready to draw my early retirement, at 62, we’ll be able to start drawing $854.00
    In June this year! I have four kids three women first marriage two sons and a daughter my daughter is a younger she’s 30! I work at the VA for 7 years here in Columbia Missouri pain over 50% of my wages working in the basement and housekeeping taking care of all the laundry trash dirty linen biohazard and stuff on all fours clean bathrooms showers offices hallways, ended up having two bilateral hernias couldn’t do my job denied workman’s comp end up getting fired for AWOL first started there I owed 160,000 in child support you got it down to like 50 or 60 now ended up homeless couldn’t pay my rent bills no more! Paid in all of my tax returns denied stimulus checks
    Payed I don’t know how much interest ?
    And they’re going to take 65% of my $854 living on less than a $400 a month how in the hell, can anyone live on that! Why don’t they just take it all send me a bullet so I can get out of my misery! I’m a red blooded United States army veteran worked my ass off my whole! life!
    And I don’t believe that is
    Fair or right!

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  1. Generally you should receive return call within a few business days from your child support case worker. If your child support case worker does not return your call within two business days you should contact his or her supervisor. If that doesn’t resolve the problem, you should call the local child support office and request to speak with the next immediate supervisor. You can find the phone number for your local child support office on our website.

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