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We have bussiness corporate company, not LLC. Can child

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JA: Hi. How can I help?
Customer: We have bussiness corporate company, not LLC. Can child support take money from bussiness account which havw my partners name on as well?
JA: Can you tell me what state the LLC is registered in?
Customer: Illinois, Chicago
JA: Has anything been officially filed? If so, what?
Customer: Its Corp not LLC
JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: Yes

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I'm sorry to hear about your situation. No, they cannot. A jurisdiction pursuing child support cannot freeze a corporate bank account (assuming that it's not in the name of the individual). It can only go after the individual's bank account, assets, etc... They can get a "charging order", meaning that payouts to him would be garnished prior to making it to his bank account, etc... but they can't actually levy / attach / garnish the corporate account.

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Customer: replied 1 month ago.
The situation is - I am paying agreed child support to my children. There few delays in past 8 years and since beginning of 2017 my ex wife claimed to Illinois Department of Health services. And now monthly they send invoices to me - but I still pay directly to my kids. Since they do not receive payments from me - but kids do, they put a lien on my personal accounts and withheld around $4200. Since we do not communicate with my ex much, I was told by her that she never received he money from agency. Then I contacted Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family services and ask a question where the money is - their response is that it is not my business...My ex should resolve it. How should I proceed in this matter. I would like to remove the government services and just pay directly like I was for a past 8 years. Thank you.

That's really not a matter pertaining to corporate accounts, and we're not supposed to answer follow up questions outside of the scope of the original question. But in short if DHFS is not working with you, you might need an attorney to file a case and subpoena that information. The best case scenario is that they give this information to you, but you can't force them to do so outside of a court filing.

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Thank You! This is all I need. Have a great day!

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