How to Raise Or Lower Child Support in California

How to Raise Or Lower Child Support in California
Author: Roderic Duncan,Warren Siegel
Publsiher: NOLO
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1994
Genre: Child support
ISBN: 087337245X

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Tens of thousands of parents who receive support are entitled to larger payments. And many parents who pay support qualify for a decrease due to changes in their income or in the other parent's financial status. How to Change Child Support in California shows parents on either side of the support issue how to go to court and get an existing order changed to the appropriate level.

How to Raise Or Lower Child Support in California

How to Raise Or Lower Child Support in California
Author: Roderic Duncan,Warren Siegel
Publsiher: NOLO
Total Pages: 206
Release: 1995
Genre: Child support
ISBN: 0873372905

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Tens of thousands of parents who receive child support are entitled to larger payments; and many parents who pay support qualify for a decrease due to changes in their income or in the other parent's financial status. This book shows parents on either side of the support issue how to go to court and get an existing order changed. Includes the latest forms with step-by-step instructions for use in California.

Child Support in California

Child Support in California
Author: Roderic Duncan,Warren Siegel
Publsiher: Nolo
Total Pages: 272
Release: 2000-05-28
Genre: Law
ISBN: 0873375556

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How to Raise or Lower Child Support in California explains how to go to court to get an existing order changed to the appropriate level, whether a parent is owed more money or should be paying less. It also explains how to collect child support that is past due. All necessary forms are included, as well as step-by-step instructions to compute new payments and request a change.

Searching the Law The States

Searching the Law   The States
Author: Francis R Doyle
Publsiher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
Total Pages: 695
Release: 2022-11-14
Genre: Law
ISBN: 9789004531147

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The Law and Economics of Child Support Payments

The Law and Economics of Child Support Payments
Author: William S. Comanor
Publsiher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Total Pages: 316
Release: 2004-01-01
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 1845420713

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'This urgently needed, groundbreaking book provides solid data that coincides with the real life stories I have been hearing for years from men and women nationwide regarding unfair child support laws and policies that have resulted in adverse effects on their children and families. I anticipate that this book will have a major positive impact on social policy and the general collective attitudes toward families in today's society. The information presented in this book must be read and understood by every policymaker to insure that child support policies are made just and fair so that all families can prosper.' - Dianna Thompson, National Family Justice Association, US The delinquent payment of child support by non-custodial to custodial parents is a major problem throughout the United States. To many observers, the problem is one of 'deadbeat dads' - men who simply will not make the required payments. The solution has been to enforce payment by the imposition of increasingly stringent civil and criminal penalties. Despite these efforts, the percentage of single mothers receiving child support has changed very little over the past twenty-five years. The Law and Economics of Child Support Payments investigates why this is, and approaches the payment of child support as an economic problem.

How to Modify and Collect Child Support in California

How to Modify and Collect Child Support in California
Author: J. L. Matthews,Warren Siegel,Mary Willis
Publsiher: NOLO
Total Pages: 308
Release: 1988
Genre: Alimony
ISBN: STANFORD:36105044029101

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This work for the custodial parent assists the parent in determining their level of child support and provides instructions for obtaining higher levels of support under California's new laws.

Administration s Child Support Enforcement Incentive Payment Proposal

Administration s Child Support Enforcement Incentive Payment Proposal
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means. Subcommittee on Human Resources
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 64
Release: 1998
Genre: Law
ISBN: PSU:000033095035

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Child Support and Low income Families

Child Support and Low income Families
Author: Maureen Rosamond Waller,Robert D. Plotnick
Publsiher: Public Policy Instit. of CA
Total Pages: 98
Release: 1999
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: STANFORD:36105021348524

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This report examines why the child support system breaks down for so many low-income families, presenting information from interviews with unmarried mothers and fathers nationwide. Four chapters focus on: (1) "Introduction" (child support policy in California and nationwide); (2) "The National and California Child Support Systems" (California's system involves: opening child support cases, locating noncustodial parents, establishing paternity, establishing support orders, enforcing support orders, and modifying support orders and treatment of past-due support payments); (3) "Effects on Low-Income Parents" (deadbeat dads and responsible fathers, financial disincentives created by assigning child support rights to the state, responses to financial disincentives, family conflicts created by mandatory cooperation, formal payments versus direct or in-kind payments, responses to mandatory cash support, problems created by enforcement practices, and problems with the modification process); and (4) "Conclusions and Policy Options" (general changes such as raising the pass-through and establishing child support assurance, and specific changes such as setting awards as a realistic percentage of the noncustodial parent's income, forgiving or limiting arrearage, and recognizing informal support). (Contains 38 references.) (SM)