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Non-Custodial Parent: Case Study

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The non-custodial parent (NCP), Mr. Russell revealed that his situation in dealing with the Lien Unit is because of lack of payment on his account toward child support. He stated he paid the required child support as ordered, have not missed a payment; does not feel that the lien should have been placed on his account. The money in his account was saved for a certain procedure dealing with his health. He also had to pay bills, check is direct deposit, and money was due to pay bills at the time his account was seized, which caused his bills to be behind, and put him in a hole that he is still trying to climb out of. He does not feel that they should put a lien on his account because he is following procedures that he was already ordered to pay. He stated he is requesting the lien be removed from his account and his daughter’s account. Lauderdale County DHR’s child…show more content…
On December 29, 2015, the Secretary of State acknowledged the FIDM lien, the FIDM levy was requested and December 29, 2015, the Notice of Levy was sent to the financial institution. On December 31, 2015, the levy package was generated for the NCP. On January 13, 2016, the NCP requested administrative review alleging the past due support is incorrect and he does not meet the requirements of lien/levy. On January 25, 2016, the administrative review completed by the Lien Unit and the Notice of Decision was sent to the NCP; the lien remains. In addition, a case review was request by the county; the balances were correct. On February 02, 2016, another levy was requested and sent to the financial institution. Another levy package was generated for the NCP. On February 19, 2016, the Lien Unit received a hearing request from the NCP; on February 22, 2016, the hearing request was accepted and schedule for a hearing April 22,
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