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Project Child Support To Appear In The New My 9 Television Series Called “Ride With Me”
The New My9 Series "Ride With Me" Has Confirmed They Will Film A Dedicated Episode To Bounty Alert's Project Child Support Initiative.
In addition to providing a Collection Program to assist custodial parents in collecting their unpaid child support arrears, and a Filing Assistance Program to assist custodial parents in filing to receive child support, the Amnesty Program was modified to fix a flaw in the system that damages noncustodial parent’s credit. Project Child Support is currently hiring additional attorneys, paralegals and investigators to support a critical mass of clients that will undoubtedly subscribe to their programs once viewers are exposed to the array of services provided through the initiative.
Project Child Support is currently providing services to collect over $1 million from the VH1 Reality Hit TV Star, Stevie J, who is a Grammy Winning Producer, and R&B Grammy Recording Artist R-Kelly immediately paid his arrears when his ex-wife contracted the services of Project Child Support, before actions were taken to seize his assets to pay his arrears in excess of $114,000. “Although we have provided services to collect child support from celebrities, we also provide services to assist any custodial and noncustodial parent”. We are currently preparing to file court documents for the nonpayment of child support for new celebrity cases, which I am sure the media will learn of and expose. We have received a release from the custodial parent we are servicing in one new celebrity case we will included in our documentary”
Kai Patterson created Project Child Support in honor of his mother, who was unable to collect child support from Mr. Patterson’s father, which provides affordable and free services to parents. The program provides a 24-hour call center to enable custodial and noncustodial parents to schedule consultations and receive assistance by calling 855-851-HELP (4357).
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PARENTS MAY CONTACT
Project Child Support at (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4375
or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org