The Federal Parent Locator Service obtains and transmits information about the location of any absent parent when that information is to be used for the purpose of enforcing child support. The service is a part of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. The service can be used in connection with the enforcement of child custody, visitation and parental kidnapping. Also, some states have their own parental services that can be looked into.
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