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Child support orders could be based on current income and assist with job placement/retention

By Hicbd
Fri Aug 21 2015 9:57 pm

"The problem begins with child support orders that, at the outset, can exceed parents’ ability to pay. When parents fall short, the authorities escalate collection efforts, withholding up to 65 percent of a paycheck, seizing bank deposits and tax refunds, suspending driver’s licenses and professional licenses, and then imposing jail time."


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Workforce Development U.S. Poverty U.S. Criminal Justice System U.S. Child Support U.S. Prisons


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