FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q1: How will this process of trying to get off child support through your process affect the divorce proceedings?
A1: Although the family court case is related to the child support case, they are two different cases. Most people believe that court and child support are the same issue, especially if the court happens to combine the two cases into one case. The issues are still two separate issues. Court is one entity. Child Support agency is another entity. It is best to handle them as separate issues. The child support course deals with child support only.
Q2: Can u give me a realistic time frame of how long when the case will be closed?
A2: All I can say is other people have successfully closed their case. I didn't do it. They did it, by following my instructions. However, you may get a curve ball response. I can not predict the response you'll receive because I can not predict every possible scenario. The process is this: send the package, wait for the response, then respond accordingly. The response can vary from having the case closed immediately, the case closing after having to send a few more rounds of mail, to the agency threatening to sue you. Again, there are too many variables to offer any guarantee response as to how it will happen one way or another. The instructions are clear and thorough. If you follow the instructions, you will succeed. But you have to READ it then execute it by following the instructions. The package is clear and does not require any "creativity". However people do this anyway which boggles the mind. The course comes with unlimited support. However, if you're unsure or are having doubts, please do not purchase. I find that people who are unsure or just curious, require a lot of support. One man required 39 emails of support. Yes, I will support you until the case is closed, but 39 emails is an absurd amount of support.
Q3: I have a lot of questions do u have time to speak with me?
A3: I do not offer consultations for individual cases. However, I provide unlimited support for questions pertaining to the course via the community forum ONLY.
Q4: How would I serve the federal lawsuit and how to file it?
A4: The path for this course is debt validation through your private right of action using the Administrative Procedure Act against the Agency (Child Support Enforcement Agency) who has made a debt claim against you. A federal lawsuit is a court matter and court matters are beyond the scope of the Child Support Course.