States around the country are drafting legislation that will require banks to help collect child support from deadbeat parents.

In Indiana, for example, the state legislature is considering a bill that would require banks to identify assets held by parents who are behind on their child-support payments. Each quarter, state officials would cross- reference bank customer names and social security numbers with a list of targeted parents. Any matches would require the banks to freeze those accounts.

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