How to make a complaint against a child-support arrears collector in California, which can result in jail time and fines, according to a new guide.
The website, filed under the Consumer Protection Act, outlines how to file child support arrearages and fines.
The California State Assembly recently passed a bill to make child support enforcement and child support collection more efficient and easier for consumers.
In a blog post, attorney Sarah Jaffee of the California Association of Consumer Advocates said the bill “sets a national standard for how the court system will handle cases of alleged child support and child abuse.
It is designed to create a more efficient, equitable and accountable system for addressing such matters.”
The website provides tips on how to report a child abuse complaint, including what information to report and when to do so.
It also provides guidelines on what the courts can and cannot order a parent to pay.
The online guide says that, while the state does not regulate how many children a parent can support, it can levy fines if a parent fails to comply with court orders.
It says that if the parent fails or refuses to pay child support, the court can take the parent to mediation or to a court to negotiate a payment plan.
The blog post also notes that the California courts are not able to order parents to pay, unless they do so on their own behalf.
If you want to file for a court order to pay a parent, the blog post explains that the court may issue a temporary restraining order and request a parent provide evidence of income and assets to support the order.