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    Child Support Payments Can you imagine having a loving family at forty- five and starting your own business? Suddenly, everything you love crumbles before your eyes. Rob Hawkins who was from Newton, North Carolina thought he had it made, until his wife took his two daughters and filed for divorce. His wife took him to court for custody of his kids and for child support. Even though he was starting his own business, his child support payments were based on the job he held the previous year. The wages from the previous job were higher and this left him unable to make his monthly payments. Rob was forced to close his new business and find a different job. He made payments as much as possible but was unable to pay full. The debt accrued extremely…

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    the U.S, child support if a very controversial subject amongst many due to mainly one reason, the fairness of the courts between mother and father. Child support, a court ordered payment system, is comprised of a payment method made by the non-custodial parent to the second parent for the better benefit of the child or children. In the state of Tennessee, more often than not, custody automatically goes straight to the mother it seems. Personally, fathers get the short end of the stick when it…

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    get divorced, how much support might I have to pay? 2. If I get divorced how much support can I get from my spouse? 3. How much of our property can I keep? Can I stay in the house? 4. Do I really need an attorney to get divorced or can I do it myself? Child Support and Divorce in New York: How Much Will I Have to Pay? If your marriage is ending, you probably have questions about child support and divorce in New York. Child support and divorce in New York are definitely…

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    Application For Child Support Services HS-2912, Application For Child Support Services is a comprehensive document requiring information of various persons and factors pertaining to the child and the subject of the request. The Department of Human Services, State of Tennessee is the agency in charge of the entire process. The application is divided into 7 major sections followed by the application. Filling details in the respective fields is necessary. Mention the Social Security Number/s of all…

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    file a court document.” Parents that fail to pay child support is a serious problem that our society faces everyday, yet it’s gone under the radar for numerous occasions. Parents are irresponsible, unable to afford it, or are forgetful or unaware that they need to be paying child support in the first place. It is difficult for a family to live off of one paycheck and support a teen or child. Child support not getting paid can hinder the relationship between families, and there are consequences…

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    The child that has language disorder I would use indirect guidance and direct guidance to support the child. First way I would teach the child is to use indirect guidance, is I would see where the child is appropriate expatiation based on knowing the child development, then create a environment that will support positive behavior for the child that has language disorder such as give the child: space, time and energy, after that I will create curriculum the engages the whole child (FAM1248,2016).…

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    Many people believe that men should pay child support, let’s not get it twisted, a man should support his children, however, there needs to be different set of guidelines for child support and custody order, that is implemented before making a final decision. Some women feel because they bearded the child that they can do what they want, when they want, and how they want to do thing when it comes to their children. And, the men are supposed to take whatever is being dished out and pay child…

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    There’s often times where a spouse can file for such things as child support. For example, child support is tax-free to the recipient, but not tax-deductible by the payer. Child support is a court ordered payment to be used on the minor child or children of one of the spouses. For instance, in the article “Child support Guidelines: The Good, the Bad, and the ugly” by Douglass Allen informs the reader on what to expect and what may result as a problem when filing for child support. When…

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    The Child Support Enforcement office was established January 4th 1975, their mission is to secure the financial support of both parents and not just one. The heads of the Child Support Enforcement Office is The 1992 United Nations Convetion on the Rights of the Child. I chose this specific topic because of my own personal experience with the affects child support can have on one, such as my father. Child support is a wonder thing that helps obtain funds from a parent that is considered absent,…

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    government began the act of child support almost 100 years ago. In 1910 legislation approved an act that made it a crime for fathers to abandon or neglect to provide support for their children under the age of 16. They started out in 24 jurisdictions, but to escape the penalty of prison; they usually would flee to a neighboring jurisdiction who did not adopt the law. In 1950, The Federal Government begin to require welfare agencies to let law enforcement know when families where receiving…

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