finding noondayFINDING NON-PAYING PARENT’S ASSETS

These are some locate resources available to you and/or the government child support agency to find assets:

  1. Recorder’s Office or Clerk of Courts lists deeds to property.
  2. If the parent has a private business, check with the Secretary of State to see if the business is incorporated and verify the address of the corporation.
  3. Occupational and professional licensing bureaus: for locating doctors, dentists, nurses, X-ray technicians, contractors, plumbers, etc.
  4. Contact state trade unions or the national trade union for the type of work the non-paying parent does, such as electrician, plumber, etc.
  5. Contact the high school, trade school or college of the non-paying parent. They may have a current address.

MORE ASSETS TO CHECK

  1. Social Security benefits received by the non-paying parent may mean your child is eligible for benefits. Check with your local social security office.
  2. Military benefits are attachable.
  3. V.A. benefits received by the non-paying parent may provide an allotment for the child.
  4. Trust income is attachable.
  5. Inheritance is attachable.

Please remember you must be persistent and do a thorough investigation to be successful. Many children have received the support they deserve only after the custodial parent got enough information to provide evidence in court that the non-paying parent truly did have assets.

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