Q: What are my options? How can I pursue contempt of court for non payment of child support?
For the past several months, I have provided my local child support office with information on the non-custodials place of employment. This information included pictures of the non-custodial parent in uniform with the company logo, Facebook postings and pictures from the website that listed him as a supervisor that this company. The parent resides in California, the Child Support office there has sent five wage withholding stories his employer, these notices were not acknowledged by his employer and twice they said he didn’t work there, but I have evidence that say he does work there. I’m not sure if he’s replying to the wage withholding stating his does not work there or if the employer is lying. Child support enforcement says I can not pursue contempt of court because the non-custodial parent is on public assistance. What are my options to pursue contempt? What kind I do to pursue charges or complaint against the employer? He is 90k in arrears, this alone should be contempt of court.
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