Parental Rights.US is a religious based company that exposes the corruption within the court system including but not limited to just the United States.
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Child Support Enforcement
Child support enforcement matters are generally handled by state and local authorities, and not by the federal government. Only in very limited circumstances is federal jurisdiction implicated in a child support matter. For this reason, child support issues should be reported to state and local law enforcement authorities.
There are a variety of state civil and criminal remedies for collecting child support. In each state there are agencies, known as "Title IV-D" agencies, which are required by federal law to provide child support enforcement services to anyone who requests such services.
Unfortunately there are hundreds of Sheriffs offices throughout the United of States that holding elected judges accountable based on the fifth amendment of Due Process.
Take this letter to your local Sheriff's office and set up a meeting with them to discuss other options that holds both elected judges and themselves accountable.
This may occur in any court proceeding, whether one is the defendant or plaintiff in civil cases, and when one is a defendant in criminal cases. Pro se is a Latin phrase meaning "for oneself" or "on one's own behalf". This status is sometimes known as propria persona (abbreviated to "pro per").