Compromise of Arrears
For cases where back child support (arrears) is owed to the County, there are cases in which we can reduce your arrears up to 90%, and it can sometimes be more than that.
We have successfully negotiated settlements in many cases, and here are just a few examples of some of the results we have achieved for Clients:
|1.||Elijah H.||$140,894.18 was reduced to $35,773.03||View pdf|
|2.||Clifford F.||$29,782.54 was reduced to $2,236.67||View pdf|
|3.||Carlos Y.||$45,705.73 was reduced to $1,837.20||View pdf|
|4.||Thomas G.||$28,632.76 was reduced to $2,151.22||View pdf|
|5.||Manuk S.||$77,673.07 was reduced to $3,965.27||View pdf|
|6.||Warren S.||$12,057.18 was reduced to $2,061.78||View pdf|
|7.||Jason R.||$24,228.97 was reduced to $2,422.90||View pdf|
|8.||Oscar H.||$49,394.90 was reduced to $4,939.49||View pdf|
|9.||Wilson F.||$38,772.93 was reduced to $3,204.37||View pdf|
|10.||Carlos G.||$22,431.51 was reduced to $1,685.31||View pdf|
|11.||Michael K.||$16,252.00 was reduced to $6,500.00||View pdf|
|12.||Theresa J.||$10,773.72 was reduced to $809.45||View pdf|
An important point to be aware of is that— the County can deny your settlement, if you fail to keep making regular monthly payments while your matter is pending.
Since you are required to continue making your regular monthly payments until a settlement is approved, you should contact us to start on this right away.