Many people don’t understand that they have the capability to effect great change in their child support case by obtaining the wisdom and applying these action steps.
FT. LAUDERDALE, FL. (PRWEB) August 27, 2012
Author Sean Gentile wants readers to understand that no matter how humiliating the process of collecting child support may be, it can be maneuvered successfully. In her informative book, "100 Effective Ways to Collect Child Support (published by AuthorHouse), Gentile arms single parents with the tools for getting results in child support cases.
“When you think there is nowhere to turn with your case, read this book and the mystery of collecting child support will be revealed,” Gentile writes. “Many people don’t understand that they have the capability to effect great change in their child support case by obtaining the wisdom and applying these action steps.”
In Sean’s 100 tips, Gentile outlines the myriad ways in which single parents can ensure that they receive the funds needed to shelter, clothe, feed and educate their children. She takes inspiration from real life and is no stranger to the struggles that come with trying to collect child support.
Gentile says of her book:
“‘100 Effective Ways to Collect Child Support’ has no other book that compares. Many ‘manuals’ published to collect child support offer generic procedures. ‘100 Effective Ways to Collect Child Support’ reveals to the parent how to creatively negotiate and eliminate the impenetrable wall of the Department of Revenue’s web of spin. For example, at the Department of Revenue, instead of educating a parent, a staffer may tell you ‘There’s nothing more he could do,’ or ‘We are overcrowded,’ or ‘The manager is in a meeting.’ He may know the answer a parent is looking for but cruelly withholds it and a parent walks away in despair unable to solve the child support issue. This is when the “100” powerful tips help you motivate the apathetic staffer for information to solve your child support issue.
About the Author
Sean Gentile earned her bachelor’s degree from Florida International University in North Miami and an MBA from Intercontinental University in Weston, FL. She has been a child support activist for 15 years, working extensively within her local Tallahassee, FL., community. Gentile is also the author of “100 Ways to Be An Extraordinary Parent.” Gentile has four children ages 20, 17, 13 and 8.
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