Probe Casts Shadow Over Child Support Cases

By: The Associated Press
By: The Associated Press

The process servers worked in several counties for subcontractors of YoungWilliams Child Support Services, a Jackson company with a $23 million DHS contract to seek child support court orders.

DHS executive director Don Thompson didn't respond to requests for comment.

YoungWilliams president Rob Wells says his company has terminated contracts with Pro Serve and First Fidelity Trust Services, Inc., the subcontractors that employed the process servers. He said an investigation is ongoing.

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