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For Custodial Parents Without Child Support Orders

Project Child Support provides a free Filing Assistance Service and Filing Investigative Service to assist custodial parents with obtaining a Child Support Order, through their regional Office of Child Support Enforcement.  Filing services available:

● Free Filing Assistance Service

● Filing Investigative Service

 

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Don't Deprive Your Children of the Support they Deserve

Project Child Support's Free Filing Assistance Program was designed to assist the more than 25 million custodial parents owed child support, but have not filed to receive a child support order through the Office of Child Support Enforcement within their jurisdiction. 

Episode 2: Filing to Obtain an Order

The Filing Program provides custodial parents with the instructions, and location to file for child support within the custodial parent's jurisdiction, with the assistance of a 24-hour call center.

Investigations: Locate Noncustodial Parents, their Employers and More

 

Project Child Support provides a Filing Investigative Program to determine a noncustodial parents location to enable the Office of Child Support Enforcement collect child support.

The Private Investigative Services also locates noncustodial parents' assets, and provide custodial parents with certifications to enable the Office of Child Support Enforcement to serve noncustodial parents with child support orders, for only 13 payments of $30, plus $10 shipping of documents.

Free: Collection Program

The Collection Program will be provided at no additional cost for custodial parents who obtain Project Child Support's Filing Investigative Service if the noncustodial parent refuses to pay their child support obligation.

Episode 1: Child Support in America

Locate Noncustodial Parents in the U.S. and its Territories

Project Child Support provides custodial parents with a Filing Investigative Services to assist custodial parents in obtaining a child support order, and a Collection Program with Investigative Services to assist custodial parents in obtaining an Enforcement Order to seize and liquidate the assets of noncustodial parents who refuse to pay their child support arrears.

13 Easy Monthly Payment Plan

Investigations: For Custodial Parents Without Child Support Orders

Project Child Support's Filing Program provides custodial parents with Private Investigative Services to locate noncustodial parents', determine their assets, and provides certifications to enable the Office of Child Support Enforcement to serve noncustodial parents with child support orders.

An Easy One Payment Of $350

Only 13 Monthly Payments of $30 or a Onetime Payment of $350

The Filing Investigative Service can be paid in 13 monthly payments of $30 plus a $10 document handling fee, or a onetime fee of $350.

Why Should You File?  

Many custodial parents choose to not file to receive child support, and tough it out supporting their children, while the noncustodial parent is allowed to neglect their children. 

When custodial parents are unable to provide the financial support their children need, and don't take the necessary steps to require the noncustodial parent to help financially, the custodial parent is depriving their children of the support they deserve.

Children Can't Fight for Themselves to Get the Child Support they Deserve.

Many times, custodial parents don't file to receive child support and require their children to go without resources to live a fulfilled life.  Far too often, custodial parents don't collect child support, and don't have the financial resources for their children's college educations. 

Sometimes custodial parents put the responsibility of their children's college education on their children by requiring their their children to win scholarships, take out student loans, or work to pay their own educations, when the custodial parent failed to file to obtain a Child Support Order.

Resources to Receive a Child Support Order

The Filing Program is only for custodial parents that have not filed for child support and do not have a child support order issued by their child support agency. 

Calculate the Support Your Children Deserve: Child Support Calculator

Custodial Parents that wish to file to receive a child support order through their regional Office of Child Support Enforcement, may click below to receive the resources offered by the Department of Health and Family Services for their state.

Click Here:  Filing Locations for All 50 States

The Filing Program Description and Steps:

 

1.  There are no enrollment requirements for the Filing Program.  Project Child Support provides custodial parents with the instructions and locations to file for child support through their regional Office of Child Support Enforcement. 

2.  Custodial parents may use our 24-hour call center receive instructions, as well as location information to file for child support.  

What's Needed to Get Started After Payment for Investigative Service Program?:

Executed Service Agreement - Not Required for Free Filing Program (Only Required for Investigative Services)

       Note: The Filing Program requires no payment or no agreement unless the Filing Investigative Service is obtained.

The Services of the Filing Program are Provided by Bounty Alert.

Bounty Alert was designed and developed with the support of law enforcement agents and  lawyers.

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Project Child Support Will Not Take Any Portion Of A Parent’s Child Support As Payment

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