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Posted 3 years ago in Child Custody and Support by Jennifer King  
Feds Launch Most Wanted Website for Worst Deadbeat Parents

Since the FBI launched its 10 Most Wanted list in 1950, 494 fugitives have had the dubious distinction of being featured—and 94 percent of those have been apprehended. Perhaps with those impressive statistics in mind, the federal government launched a new most-wanted list last month that features some of the country’s worst deadbeat parents. Among those in the spotlight: Robert Sand: Listed as the “most wanted deadbeat,” Sand owes more than $1 million in child support for three children from …

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Posted 3 years ago in Child Custody and Support by Aaron Kase  
Federal Government No Help with Unpaid Child Support

This article is part of an ongoing Lawyers.com series looking at the child support crisis in America. Other articles in this series include: Putting a Face on Unpaid Child Support: Kendra’s Story Deadbeat Parents Don’t Pay Because There’s No Enforcement Putting a Face on Unpaid Child Support: Gabrielle’s Story   With only 41.2 percent of custodial parents receiving the full child support they’re owed, and budget strapped states limited in what they can do to collect the rest, can the …

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Posted 3 years ago in Child Custody and Support by Jennifer King  
Putting a Face on Unpaid Child Support: Gabrielle’s Story

This article is part of an ongoing Lawyers.com series looking at the child support crisis in America. Other articles in this series include: Putting a Face on Unpaid Child Support: Kendra’s Story Deadbeat Parents Don’t Pay Because There’s No Enforcement Federal Government No Help with Unpaid Child Support   Anyone who’s faced poverty, debt or even unemployment knows that sometimes the daily struggle to stay afloat means you’re forced to make tough choices. Gabrielle, a separated mother of two living …

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Posted 3 years ago in Child Custody and Support by Aaron Kase  
Deadbeat Parents Don’t Pay Because There’s No Enforcement

This article is part of an ongoing Lawyers.com series looking at the child support crisis in America. Other articles in this series include: Putting a Face on Unpaid Child Support: Kendra’s Story Putting a Face on Unpaid Child Support: Gabrielle’s Story Federal Government No Help with Unpaid Child Support   National alarm bells should be ringing over the shocking fact that only 41.2 percent of custodial parents receive their full allotment of child support. However, a perpetually stagnant economy and …

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Posted 3 years ago in Child Custody and Support by Jennifer King  
Putting a Face on Unpaid Child Support: Kendra’s Story

This article is part of an ongoing Lawyers.com series looking at the child support crisis in America. Other articles in this series include: Deadbeat Parents Don’t Pay Because There’s No Enforcement Putting a Face on Unpaid Child Support: Gabrielle’s Story Federal Government No Help with Unpaid Child Support   Delinquency on child support payments is at an epidemic in the United States. According to the latest comprehensive child support numbers from the US Census Bureau, only 41.2 percent of custodial …

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