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New Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines

September 15, 2017 is the effective date of the new 2017 Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines.  These new Guidelines may be important for you to review due to the new calculations that will determine child support obligation.   65 more words

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A New Strategy for Collecting Child Support: Debt Forgiveness

This article by J.B. Wogan in Governing is interesting.

A New Strategy for Collecting Child Support: Debt Forgiveness

Officials in Westchester County, N.Y., want to help low-income fathers who are behind in their… 748 more words

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No Deviation for Extraordinary Travel Expenses Affirmed in Chattanooga, Tennessee Child-Support Dispute: In re Conner F.

Facts: Mother and Father are the never-married parents of Child.

Mother lives in Tennessee. Father lives in Colorado.

In a child-custody dispute, the Tennessee trial court designated Mother as the primary residential parent and provided that Father could exercise parenting time with Child in Tennessee. 350 more words

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New child support changes in Illinois in 2017

In July of this year, Illinois implemented a fairly substantial change to their child support calculations. This will have a direct impact on families in Illinois that are going through child support matters. 299 more words

Refusal to Award Child Support Retroactive to Birth Affirmed in Gallatin, TN Paternity Matter: Carr v. Sutton

Facts: Mother gave birth to Child in 1996. No father was listed on the birth certificate.

When Child was 17 years old, the State petitioned to… 970 more words

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Tennessee Lacks Jurisdiction in Interstate Child-Support Case: State ex rel. Spurlock v. Torres

Facts: Mother and Father are the divorced parents of four children.

They lived in Texas until, according to Father, Mother moved the children to Tennessee in 1998 without his knowledge or consent. 660 more words

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Retroactive Child Support to Date of Birth Affirmed in Elizabethtown, TN: Parrish v. Griggs

Facts: Mother and Father had a five-year relationship. By the time it ended, Father lived in Illinois and Mother in Tennessee.

Mother got pregnant. After Child was born, Father visited Mother and Child in Tennessee on several occasions. 837 more words

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