After a recent case in which fugitive deadbeat David Earley lived under the radar of law enforcement in New Port Richey for a year and a half, the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office has created a searchable database to bring these deadbeat fugitives to justice. For more information on this story, please click on the orange link for the full Tampa Tribune article.
Early has fallen behind on his child support to the tune of $385,000. Florida law makes it a Third Degree Felony to have more than $5,000 in back-due child support AND to avoid making payments despite the present “ability to pay.”
The Blake & Dorsten, P.A. In Clearwater has handled numerous cases involving back-pay for Child Support. Most often, we see this issue arise once a client fails to pay his/her child support and the State of Florida suspends that person’s driver’s license in the State of Florida. Many times, the client doesn’t even know that his/her driver’s license has been suspended.
When dealing with this type of matter, experience counts.
For a classic “Deadbeat Dad” video courtesy of the Maury Show, see below:
If you or a loved one has been arrested for Driving While License Suspended or Revoked, or any other Traffic Violation, experienced attorney Nicholas J. Dorsten of the Blake & Dorsten, P.A. is available to assist you. 365/24/7. Please contact Nicholas J. Dorsten at 727.474.3875 .