Michigan Department of Human Services offers reconciliation program to those owing back child support

Michigan now has a program that will allow in some cases for monies owed in back child support to be reduced or completely absolved. Attorney Paul C. Youngs is assisting those who qualify under a new program that was created by the Michigan Department of Human Services.

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“It's refreshing. I am able to assist families with a program that gives a ray of hope.”

Wayne County, Michigan (PRWEB) March 25, 2014

The Michigan Department of Human Services has instituted a program that may allow parties owing back child support to have their child support obligation partially or fully removed. The program says that if the parents have already married or are planning to marry each other then their past child support payments may be forgiven. The program may also benefit those who have extenuating financial circumstances. “This is one of those best kept secrets, apparently very few child support payers have taken advantage of it,” says Youngs.

The program may allow some families to focus their finances on improving their lives as opposed to being applied to past due child support. Michigan attorney Paul C. Youngs stated, “It's refreshing. I am able to assist families with a program that gives a ray of hope.” Youngs is a 1998 graduate of The University of Detroit and has spent the last 15 years practicing criminal and family law. He was also a pioneer in the defense of medical marijuana patients in Michigan.

Paul C. Youngs can be contacted by phone at (313) 388-1612 or by e-mail at paul@paulcyoungs.com. Youngs https://sites.google.com/a/paulcyoungs.com/mobile/ focuses in criminal law, family law, and personal injury cases in Wayne County, Michigan.


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