If you are a custodial parent or guardian who has a court order stating that an absent parent must pay child support, you have an obligation to yourself and your children to see that the support order is enforced. Often, this means that you will have to locate the missing parent on your own. ICS can help.
State and local Child Support Enforcement Agencies in most jurisdictions are mandated under law to enforce court orders, and collect child support. Typically, these agencies are understaffed, and limited in their ability to find deadbeat parents and hold them accountable—they just do not have the time or resources. Those who depend on the government for aid often wait years to see progress on their case. It is usually difficult to get information on the status of the case, and struggling custodial parents and guardians are often left in the dark, wondering if they will ever receive the past and current support owed to them. The government annually fails to collect $106 BILLION (2006) in child support due to America’s children, proving that the current system is dismally failing families in need.
Some methods we use in Child Support Enforcement Investigations:
- Undercover Covert Operations
- Skip-tracing (locating the persons whereabouts)
- Public Records Search
- Hidden Asset Investigations
- ... and More
Since the government’s investigative techniques are both predictable and superficial, deadbeat parents quickly learn how to live beneath the radar, and avoid being located. Fortunately, the Private Investigators (private detectives) at ICS are infinitely better equipped than government workers to quickly locate, and build a case against the deadbeat parent that you want to find and force to pay. Deadbeat parents don’t usually expect to be the target of surveillance, and are often unaware of the wide array of skip-trace resources that Private Investigator’s use to follow a paper trail to the Deadbeat’s doorstep. While the Deadbeat is feeling smart and safe, the investigators at ICS are busy snapping pictures, obtaining hidden assets records, and gathering the evidence needed to compel immediate collection of past-due and current support payments.
Children don’t stop needing financial support because the absent parent quits paying it. Look out for your child’s present and future well-being by assuring that your family receives the money it is entitled to now by getting a free consultation with ICS today.