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Child Support and Court Services

The child support services division of state family courts normally maintain a staff of judges, social workers, officers and other support personnel to protect and serve children caught in divorce and abuse proceedings.  Some argue that non-custodial parents ordered to make child support payments suffer the burden of paying for and maintaining these expensive court services bureaucracies.

Court services attempt to keep track of support payments and look out for the welfare of the children involved with the court.  If support payments are not being made, the court can make investigations, and place pressure on the non-custodial parent to comply with the court's orders.

 

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County Honored For Topperforming Child Support Office Morehead News
Morehead News County honored for top performing child support office Morehead News Last Tuesday, the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services CFHS announced the state39s 20 top performing child support collection partners from the past year and recognized other staff who helped get more payments for children served by the

What Does Lancaster County Do When A Parent Fails To Pay Child Support We The...
LancasterOnline What does Lancaster County do when a parent fails to pay child support We The People report LancasterOnline Ordinarily, child support in Lancaster County gets collected like clockwork far from a courtroom. The county39s 100 worker Domestic Relations Section is a 6.7 million operation that enforces rules for support whenever a couple living apart can39t

Should Children Be Heard In English Family Court Cases BBC News
BBC News Should children be heard in English family court cases BBC News More than 100,000 children were involved in family court cases over the past year, according to the guardian service Cafcass. Many are at the centre of bitter fights either between their parents or between their families and local authorities. The and more raquo

Court Will Hear Objections To Rapist Granted Joint Custody, Rally Planned ML...
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Outdated And Overdue, Lawmakers Take On Child Support This Week NBC4i.com
Outdated and overdue, lawmakers take on child support this week NBC4i.com This change would allow the Department of Jobs and Family Services to update the calculations and method without waiting for lawmakers to get a bill passed first. Senator William Coley also has legislation he has For instance, because of the way and more raquo

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