FINDING NON-PAYING PARENTSfinding noonday

“I haven’t heard form him since the summer of 2002. That’s when I got a postcard in the mail from his sister in San Francisco, CA saying, “Bob sayshhi.” Well, lo and behold, U.S. Attorney confirmed Bob was, indeed, in San Francisco, CA, in the summer of 2002; it is a fact. And most recently, according to the U.S Attorney, he was in Chicago, which is right by his mother’s house.” – Janet, mother of Julie and Mark who are owed $50,000 in back child support

STATE IV-D CHILD SUPPORT AGENCY

The state government child support agency is required by federal law to assist you in locating a non-paying parent’s physical whereabouts, source of income, and assets.

TYPES OF LOCATE SERVICES

  • Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) can find the non-paying parent’s address, employer, and/or income information. The FPLS uses the most current information that is available from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS); Social Security Administration (SSA); National Personnel Records Center (NPRC); Department of Defense (DOD); Department of Veteran’s Affairs (DVA); Selective Service System (SSS); and State Employment Security Agencies (SESA). The information from the SESA is updated quarterly.
  • State Parent Locator Service (SPLS) checks the non-paying parent’s social security number and name with the records of the following state offices: Employment; Motor Vehicles; Welfare; Worker’s Compensation; Taxation; State Employees, Corrections and Probation, and some states access credit bureau records. The State Parent Locator can provide addresses, employers, and information about unemployment and/or worker’s compensation benefits.
  • Credit Bureau checks can provide addresses, employers, and credit history. Credit history provides information about loans, such as car loan. You can then subpoena a copy of the loan application which will provide information about the non-paying parent’s address, income, and assets.
  • Criminal records provide information from local law enforcement agencies and can provide an address from criminal records, traffic tickets, etc.-21-
  • IRS – 1099 form provides asset information, bank accounts, businesses owned, social security number, etc.
  • State Tax records provide address, employer, and income.

OTHER RESOURCES TO CHECK

These resources are available at the Reference Desk of most Public Libraries throughout the country. You can even call the local library in the county and state where you think the parent may be living to have them check this information:

  • Telephone books
  • City Directory: lists occupations and place of employment, has phone number listing which can provide an address.
  • Cris-Cross Directories (the name most often recognized is Haines): You can find someone in this directory either by name, their address, or by their telephone number.

ALSO TRY THESE INTERNET RESOURCES

  • Several Online Directories Be Careful to only pay for a search as last resort
  • Public Records on the Internet
  • Reverse Phone Number Directory
  • People Search

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