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Regulating Private Child Support Collection Agencies

There are little arguments from child support collection agencies, both public and private, about their main goal being the collection of child support payments from noncustodial parents.  There may be a change on the horizon related to the authority of private child support agencies when enforcing child support laws and collection policies.  The distribution process […]

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Garnishing Veteran Benefits for Child Support

Kenya N. Rahmaan Veterans of the United States Armed Forces are people that should be celebrated and supported in an effort to show appreciation for their time-in-service.  Unfortunately, that is not the reality for our soldiers as they return home and must often fight many non-combat battles.  Homelessness, mental health issues and unemployment often plague […]

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States Receive Grant Money For Enforcing Child Support

The state and federal government collects billions of dollars from the child support system.  Besides the incentive money that states collect from the federal government because it meets or exceeds the performance measurements, certain states/counties can also earn grant money.   The Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families (ACF) has awarded nearly $4 […]

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180 Days in Jail

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If you know someone who is incarcerated or if you are about to be incarcerated for at least 180 days or more, you can file to have your child support reduced or stopped during incarceration. PLEASE SHARE THIS VALUABLE INFO #TheChildSupportHustle

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ARE YOU A ‘DAD BY DEFAULT’

As the fight for child support and family court reform heat up in 2017, it is important that men with court ordered child support orders know, undoubtedly, that the order is valid.  More and more men across the United States have been contacting The Reform Child Support NOW! Movement with the issue concerning a failure […]

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The DOJ LETTER AND CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT

The United States Department of Justice of ‘The Department’ has recently released a detailed letter outlining the injustices that have been applied towards the economically less fortunate citizens of the United States.  According to Vanita Gupta, and Lisa Foster of the Civil Rights Division, and the Office for Access to Justice, respectively, the letter is […]

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CHILD SUPPORT AND THE COLA

The cost-of-living-adjustment or COLA has been a significant piece of the economic structure in the United States since 1913 when the Consumer Price Index (CPI) was introduced.   According to The Bureau of Labor Statistics (2014), the index is a measure of the average change over time in the prices paid by urban consumers for a […]

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CHILD SUPPORT COOPERATION AND PUBLIC BENEFITS

While it is somewhat clear that parents who are applying for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) benefits are required to cooperate with child support enforcement, it may not be as clear when applying for other public programs.  According to Paula Roberts of the Center for Law and Social Policy or CLASP (2005), one of […]

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