Thursday, October 1, 2015

A Long Time Since . . .

I promised to write more about Title IV-D, back on May 28th, of this year (2015.)

Today is October 1.


Four months have passed.


I am not an attorney. This is not legal advice.

It is information from my experience, or from reading, or some combination. I try to ensure accuracy by checking sources as much as I can, but I am also not a professional journalist.

For several decades, U. S. society has implicitly supported abortion in many different ways. Sixty million unborn babies have died cruel, violent deaths for no reason except "convenience."

But, those abortions have been much less convenient than raising a son or daughter would have been. I made that same tragic mistake myself --- TWICE!


Definition: "Title IV-D" refers to state-run child support enforcement programs which are funded through grants provided for by the Social Security Act of 1975. [Please note the date. --- Two years after Roe v. Wade.  I believe that Title IV of the Social Security Act may have been intended to save babies from abortion.]

Title IV of the Social Security Act covers grants to states for the purpose of providing aid and services to needy families with children and for child-welfare services. Part "D" of that law covers child support and the establishment of paternity. (Although Title IV-D is also for divorced parents.) 

(The above is quoted from the Single Parents section on About Dot Com.)

The main thing you need to know is this:  Get yourself to the district attorney's office, or the corporation counsel's office of your county, whichever county you happen to be in.

If you are in the United States of America, you are in a county.

Even if you are not in any city, town, village or township (municipality), you are still in a county.

Each county has a district attorney to represent state interest in criminal matters, and a corporation counsel, to represent the state interest in civil matters.

Title IV-D is important to mention whenever anyone tells you that you "cannot afford" a new baby, because you're single --- or for another reason.

People may tell you this in order to convince you that you should kill your unborn baby. Pro-aborts are quite adept at figuring out these excuses for killing your unborn baby.

 Here is the complete text of Title IV of the Social Security Act, in case you feel like boring yourself to death someday

Part D—Child Support and Establishment of Paternity