You do not need an attorney here because there is nothing that the attorney can do that the state child support enforcement division can't do on your behalf regarding actually getting the back child support paid. Obviously, you want to convey your wishes to the state rep and at this point the court has many alternatives open to it to try to force a payment from him -- including putting him in jail (you should ask for this because the deadbeat dads seem to find somewhere to come up with a chunk of money when they want to get out of jail -- even if it is only a partial payment).
I really am sorry that I cannot help either -- but that is why I told you not to hire an attorney because there is nothing we can do to get the court to hold him accountable and you would just be throwing good money after bad. The state has the authority to suspend his passport, driver's license and any professional or trade licenses that he may hold for work -- and you should ask the child support people if they have made these moves of going after him for all of these items as well as putting him in jail. If you cannot get your money you can at least try to help make him miserable by getting his driver's license suspended and as many things that you can do under the law to put pressure on him. You also might want to try hiring a private investigator to see if he is hiding any assets from you and the court (that is probably better spent than on a lawyer here if you believe there might be some hidden assets somewhere). Again, I wish that I could offer you a miracle wand here -- but one does not exist.
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