Uncategorized – Page 2 – The Child Support Hustle®
(614) 344-1669

Mandated Child Support Cooperation for Food Stamps

While it is somewhat clear that parents who are applying for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) benefits are required to cooperate with child support enforcement, it may not be as clear when applying for other public programs.  According to Paula Roberts of the Center for Law and Social Policy or CLASP (2005), one of […]

Read More »

TANF Work Requirement to Repay Benefits

When any type of Temporary Aid for Needy Families (TANF) assistance that is granted by the government, child support rights must be forfeited to the state by the custodial parent.  This is supposedly so that the noncustodial parent can repay the TANF benefit awarded to the family.  A question arises about the possible over-payment received […]

Read More »

Undistributed Child Support Collections

State officials and agencies often make headlines when awards are given for child support enforcement and collections.  While it is true that a portion of the money is paid to the rightful owners, there is a large amount of money that never reaches the families.  Undistributed child support collections occur when the state agency receives […]

Read More »

Regulating Private Child Support Collection Agencies

There are little arguments from child support collection agencies, both public and private, about their main goal being the collection of child support payments from noncustodial parents.  There may be a change on the horizon related to the authority of private child support agencies when enforcing child support laws and collection policies.  The distribution process […]

Read More »

Garnishing Veteran Benefits for Child Support

Veterans of the United States Armed Forces are people that should be celebrated and supported in an effort to show appreciation for their time-in-service.  Unfortunately, that is not the reality for our soldiers as they return home and must often fight many non-combat battles.  Homelessness, mental health issues and unemployment often plague veterans as they […]

Read More »

180 Days in Jail

Featured Video Play Icon

If you know someone who is incarcerated or if you are about to be incarcerated for at least 180 days or more, you can file to have your child support reduced or stopped during incarceration. PLEASE SHARE THIS VALUABLE INFO #TheChildSupportHustle

Read More »