Claimants who were harmed by the Child Support Agencies in the United States of America

Claimants were subjected to inhumane treatment during their child support orders including deprivation of rights, and including the following violations not limited to:

  • Wrongful deaths by a warrant
  • Wrongful deaths by suicide
  • Wrongful deaths by homicide
  • Defamation of character
  • Privacy law
  • Due process law
  • Child safety law
  • Equal protection laws
  • Parental alienation
  • Mental distress
  • Public endangerment by police enforcement
  • Rampart corruption
  • Criminal offenses by officials

According to the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE), states collected approximately $32 billion on behalf of the 14.7 million children served by child support enforcement programs across the country during FY 2018.


The class-action lawsuit will be filed in Maryland federal court for the initially estimated damages of $672B ($32B x 21 years)


Child Support Class Action
Child Support Class Action


State Tally


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