Episode 7 – Full Episode: Services to Assist Noncustodial Parents Who Owe Arrears – 844-292-1318 Missouri legal aid

Episode 7 - Full Episode: Services to Assist Noncustodial Parents Who Owe Arrears

Every Parent Should Watch This Video; Especially Fathers!

Episode 7 of the Custodial Support Forum provides insight into what many would say is a flaw in the Child Support Enforcement system within America, when a Noncustodial Parent loses their job and is unable to pay their child support.

If You Need Help; Call: (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4357

In Part 1 of Episode 7, a Noncustodial Parent discloses how the court denied the opportunity to reduce his child support obligation after losing his job. The continued obligation led to an accumulation of arrears, which triggered an arrest warrant, and child support judgment on his credit report. Never having a prior criminal record, he never received notice of the arrest warrant, and he was arrested. After spending several months in the Bergen County Jail, he contacted the Custodial Support Foundation, and was provided with an attorney, who was able to convince the Judge to release him and reduce his child support obligation.

See: Endorsement

http://www.custodialsupport.org/csf_endorsement_as.pdf

What Services Are Available For Noncustodial Parents Who Owe Arrears?

Answer: Amnesty Program

See: http://www.custodialsupport.org/amnesty_program.html

In Part 2 of Episode 7, Attorney Alexandra Stremler discusses how important it is for Noncustodial Parents to retain the services of an attorney to assist in their child support related problems. She raises the issues that many judges feel if a Noncustodial Parent can afford an expensive attorney, they can afford to pay their child support arrears. She explains how the Custodial Support Foundation Amnesty Program’s cost effective legal fees, enables an attorney to represent a Noncustodial Parent can’t afford to pay their arrears, when applying for a downward child support obligation.

Solutions

The Custodial Support Foundation provides an Amnesty Program for noncustodial parents that owe child support arrears, have arrest warrant for unpaid arrears, revoked driver’s licenses, revoked passports and income tax levies.

The program provides legal and collection services to enable noncustodial parents to establish settlement agreements to pay their arrears, suspend their arrest warrants, restore their licenses, restore their passports and stop income tax levies for the nonpayment of child support.

1. Noncustodial parents agree to an easy payment plan to repay all arrears, enter into a repayment agreement and completes a certification that is provided to the court to:
● Vacate Child Support Warrants
● Reinstate Licenses
● Reinstate Passports
● Stop Income Tax Withholdings
2. Agreements are established between the Office of Child Support Enforcement and a certification is prepared for the court to accept the motion of repayment.
3. Noncustodial parents provide all of the necessary information to enable the Office of Child Support Enforcement to garnish all future child support payment to prevent the accumulation of additional arrears.
4. Noncustodial parents make court appearances with a pre-accepted Motion for the repayment with the first payment to have the court grant the order to vacate child support arrest warrants, reinstate licenses, reinstate passports and stop income tax withholdings.
5. Noncustodial parents can live a fulfilled life that enables the privileges of the American Dream, without the fear and the threat of being arrested.
Noncustodial parents who need help with obtaining a downward modification of the child support order or structuring programs to repay their arrears should call the Custodial Support Foundation’s Call Center at (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4357. Viewers can also visit the Custodial Support Foundation’s website at http://www.CustodialSupport.org.
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Oath to Assist: The Importance of Lawyer Pro Bono – 844-292-1318 Indiana legal aid

The Indiana Supreme Court supports many statewide activities aimed at making sure litigants are represented in court. Some of those initiatives are through pro bono activities (legal services done at a free or reduced cost as a public service). The Court, in partnership with Indiana Public Broadcasting Stations offers this informational video on pro bono work.
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This video was produced in accordance with Jury Rule 11 to provide prospective jurors with an orientation prior to the selection process to aid in understanding their role in the legal system. This video gives an overview of the jury system in Indiana, including the importance of jury service, the jury selection process, the key people involved in a trial, what to expect during the trial, and a discussion of jury deliberations.

More Info: http://www.in.gov/judiciary/2627.htm

Transcript: http://www.in.gov/judiciary/files/jury-orientation-transcript.pdf