November 26 2007 Single Parents Newsletter
Unfortunately, for many custodial parents in the U.S., child support enforcement is an issue. The differences in state laws does not make this issue any easier. Federal regulation of child support could solve many problems currentlly experienced in the child support enforcement system. The article below discusses some of these issues and encourages custodial parents to educate themselves on their own state laws and to consider how federal regulation might help their own child support situation.
Changes Needed in Child Support Enforcement System
There are many issues dealt with by custodial and noncustodial parents in the current child support system, which is currently housed within the individual states. Would making child support enforcement a federal rather than a state responsiblity make the process more efficient and effective?
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