Child Support Division
In Michigan, unpaid child support continues
to be a major socio-economic problem with more than $9.2 billion in support
owed. Investigators in the Attorney General's Child Support Division
identify parents throughout the State who have the ability to pay support
to their children but refuse to do so. The Attorney General's office has
been successful in collecting over $115 million through the Division's
prosecution and collection actions since its creation in 2003. This child
support has directly impacted the lives of over 9,700 children.
OVERVIEW OF CHILD SUPPORT DIVISION
The Attorney General's Child
Support Division was created in 2003 to combat the problem of unpaid child
support. Over the past eight years the Division has seen impressive results as
it fights to obtain compliance with child support orders. Since 2003, Attorney
General Bill Schuette's Child Support Division has collected over $115 Million
which has directly impacted the lives of 9,700 children.
The mission of the Child
Support Division is to enforce child support orders by prosecuting those
individuals who have a history of non-payment and have significant arrearages of
at least $10,000. The Division focuses on those parents who have the ability
to pay their court ordered obligation but fail to do so.
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If you have any questions, please
call the Child Support Division Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM at