My question involves child support in the State of: NJ
My ex is in arrears for over $100,000. He is in the entertainment industry and has performed several shows recently and is also going to be hosting a radio show beginning June 1st. He has indicated to me that he can't be touched by child support enforcement because he has his money in an LLC. While I currently have sole custody, I believe he may file for visitiation but in anticipation of him trying to say he is 'unemployed' when we get to court...I'm wondering how can I go about showing that he is indeed making money but that the income is hidden. I don't know how deeply child support workers can investigate these matters. I have not heard back from the worker yet with the information I found online about his radio show and Media Group LLC business. My funds are limited, but is there some kind of investigator I can hire? Does anyone know how he may be hiding the money through an LLC? Will a judge believe that this man has no form of income (because its not documented) for the past 9 years but has flyers and advertisements for his radio show and performances?
I asked child support about a federal program that focuses on when cases are in arrears of over 100,000 but she said she did not have any information on it. Because he lives in another state it is difficult to enforce, there is no warrant for arrest. Does anyone have experience with the private child support collection agencies? Would they perhaps be helpful in this kind of case?