Court Grants Enforcement Order in Bolger v. Bolger Case to Custodial Parent Subscribed to Custodial Support Foundation's Collection Program

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Custodial parent owed more than $41,000 in child support arrears receives investigative, legal, collection, and apprehension services by the Custodial Support Foundation to obtain an Enforcement Order for past due child support.

On October 5, 2012, a child support collection agency, the Custodial Support Foundation, in case Bolger v. Bolger assisted unemployed Cynthia Bolger of Seaside Heights, New Jersey, in obtaining a Child Support Enforcement Order to enable the collection of her former husband’s due child support arrears and all associated legal and collection fees at no cost to her.

Once Cynthia Bolger confirmed her unemployment status, Kai Patterson of the Custodial Support Foundation granted her the Collection Program’s service of investigative, legal, collection, and apprehension services at no cost. The Child Support Enforcement Order that she was granted totals more than $41,000 and includes the arrears, legal fees, and an additional 10% collection fee to ensure that none of the child support arrears can be used toward fees paid for this collection service. Also included in the Enforcement Order are Bounty Alert’s fugitive recovery service fees to enable Kyle P. Bolger (Cynthia’s former husband) to be apprehended and transported to New Jersey in compliance with the arrest warrant should he not comply with the aforementioned Enforcement Order, docket number FM-1208789-91-J.

As a result of the Bolger v. Bolger case, Kai Patterson, the founder of the Custodial Support Foundation, stated he “wants to thank the Judge for having insight to grant all of the terms and conditions filed in the Motion for Miss Bolger, which will enable the arrears to be collected without any portion being applied as fees." The Enforcement Order obtained from the Bolger case will now be sent to a collection agency where they will then take steps to levy and seize the assets of Kyle P. Bolger should he fail to pay Cynthia Bolger her past due child support and associated fees.

http:// The Custodial Support Foundation's mission is to provide custodial parents with child support services their children deserve at a fee of 13 payments of $30 per month, and provides noncustodial parents with child support resources to reduce the more than $100 billion owed in child support arrears in the United States of America.


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