How Can a Private Investigator Help Enforce Continuation of Child Support Payments?
When non-custodial child support has lapsed, many custodial parents will turn to a Private Investigator in order to help remedy the situation. This can often follow one of 3 courses of action.
Location of absent parent
Lack of support payments can mean that the non-custodial parent is voluntarily missing in order to avoid his/her financial responsibility. In these cases, a Private Investigator can be employed to locate that individual, and once located, the custodial parent can then proceed with legal action to compel the continuation of child support.
Verification of employment or income
There are other situations where the non-custodial parent may be accessible, but may claim that they have insufficient funds to meet their responsibilities. A private investigator can help to verify the non-custodial parent’s employment and provide circumstantial evidence of his/her income by collecting evidence and analyzing the non-custodial parent’s lifestyle. These details can then be used to assess whether the non-custodial parent is being truthful regarding his/her financial situation.
Location of Assets
In addition, where the non-custodial parent claims that he/she has insufficient assets to support the award of child support, a Private Investigator can be employed to uncover hidden assets and provide evidence as to the ability to provide support.
Get the Support Your Family Deserves
Our Expert Child Support Private Investigators can help you verify and gather the evidence you need in your child support case.