FAQ

FAQ

Child support evaders are very good at hiding income and property. Unfortunately for them, we are very good at finding hidden money and sources of income.
Every child support evader is different, while one evading parent can take only one day to locate, others can take about a month. The entire process is contingent upon the evading parent and how much data is readily available or if we must dig deep to find it.
The answer to this depends entirely upon what you need. If you simply need a new address where the evading parent can be served, then you'll pay for that new address. We offer skip trace services for busting cell phone numbers, finding new car registration, auto insurance, traffic tickets, warrants and any other type of information that you need to get service of process done. We also offer a list of private process servers that you can work with directly to get your evading parent served.
Yes you can! Our child support collection service is offered either by a monthly fee or a percentage of what we collect on child support arrears. We use the same judgement enforcement methods that the Office of the Attorney General uses on your case. The only difference between us and the OAG is that we cannot obtain criminal charges on the evading parent and we are able to work your case exclusively providing fast results.
If you are hiring us to collect child support on your behalf, there are forms to complete in the presence of a notary public. If you're only needing to locate an evading parent and their assets, no forms are needed other than a credit card form.
We can work any child support case nationwide for the purpose of locating an evading parent and their assets. We can only collect child support in a handful of states, Texas included.
If they stop again and we are collecting child support, we simply continue where we left off. If you need to locate your evading parent or assets again there will be a new fee for that skip trace investigation.
In most cases where we are collecting and you've signed a notarized form, you won't need to go to court unless our attorney feels that you need to be there in order for a judge to grant a bench warrant or other criminal charges against the evading parent.
Yes, we can. We can collect any sum of money court ordered for the non-custodial parent to pay.