NCSEA Web-Talk: Effective Enforcement – New Methods to Collecting Old Debt

Date: September 28, 2017

Contact:
Krystal Quille
KrystalQuille@ncsea.org
703-506-2880

Time: 2:00pm – 3:30 pm EDT

Old child support obligations are the most difficult to collect. Studies show that non-custodial parents with the highest debt are also among those with the lowest income and the most complex child support cases. Connecting with non-custodial parents to help them understand their options, and to help us understand their barriers, is key to successful resolution. What are child support agencies doing to collect on arrears? How have technology and analytics helped? Join in this web talk for ideas for resolving old debt on your caseload.

Speakers

Joe Peck – Child Support Supervisor, Ramsey County Attorney’s Office

Ethan McKinney – Director CSD, St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office

Trish Skophammer – Director,CSSD,  Ramsey County Attorney’s Office

Petrina Anderson – Personal Advocate, Georgia Division of Child Support Services

Register Online (credit cards only) or Registration Form