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U.S. Child Support Statistics

Child support plays an extremely important role in the lives of the children and families who need it.  In order to grow up happy, healthy and socially stable, children need support and care throughout their lives, and if that chain of support is disrupted, the effects can be devastating. 

Important Child Support Statistics

An estimated 37.5 million custodial parents are owed child support arrears in the United States, which includes those custodial parents that have filed and not filed to receive child support through their regional or state child support agencies.

As a solution to the child support statistics and problem, custodial parents that are not receiving child support can receive the services of the Custodial Support Foundation to acquire a writ of execution.  This type of court order will allow custodial parents to seize the property of nonpaying noncustodial parents, such as real estate, stock, personal property, and cars.

If you are a custodial parent owed child support, call the Custodial Support Foundation immediately.  If you are not a custodial parent or are not owed child support, and you wish to sponsor or assist a custodial parent in receiving child support, please make a donation to the Custodial Support Foundation by clicking the donation button or by clicking here.

 

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Some Child Support Statistics in America:

Unpaid child support has reached more than 100 billion dollars in the United States in 2011.child support has reached more than 100 billion dollars in the United States in 2011.

More than 37.5 million custodial parents are owed child support in the United States, and that number increases every year.

Approximately 25 million custodial parents do not receive any child support and have not filed to receive child support.

Of the estimated 12.5 million custodial parents that have child support orders, approximately 6.2 million custodial parents do not receive any child support, and 6.3 million custodial parents receive some support, but are owed arrears.

Of the estimated 12.5 million parents owed support, approximately 75% of the noncustodial parents can afford to pay support, but refuse.

In America; 1 out of every 50 children spend at least 1 day per year homeless.

Most noncustodial parents arrested with child support warrants are arrested for another reason, leaving their children without the additional support until they are arrested.

There are an estimated 2.6 million outstanding serious misdemeanor and felony warrants that have taxed the United States Judicial System, which has made child support warrants a low priority.

An estimated 59% of all custodial parents that do not receive any child support have a child support order.

Out of State Child Support Warrants are almost never extradited when the noncustodial parent is arrested in another state.

The Custodial Support Foundation Will Not Take Any Portion Of A Parent’s Child Support As Payment.

Project Child Support is a Sponsor of the Custodial Support Foundation of the Trust Counselors Network

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