Many custodial parents feel angry when, after the noncustodial parent is finally located and served notice of the enforcement action, he or she then moves on. Unquestionably, it is difficult to enforce child support payments when the noncustodial parent intentionally and continually moves to avoid paying. You may want to suggest that papers be served at the parent`s place of work, then try to keep track of the parent`s movements afterwards. Try to be an active participant in your case. Whenever you learn that the noncustodial parent has moved or has a new job, you should bring this information to the attention of your enforcement caseworker as soon as possible.
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