How can I collect child support from someone who is self-employed?

Self-employment can make it difficult to collect child support through traditional means such as wage garnishment, and it's imperative that you seek legal guidance right as soon as possible. A knowledgeable attorney can legally obtain useful documents, such as bank statements, phone records, or client records which may provide the basis for further action. Be patient and persistent.

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