Wednesday, April 13, 2011
More and more states are moving income base model for determining child support. This model takes the entire support the child should its beck and divided among the parents in proportion of their income. The income-based model ensures that the parent with the larger income bears a greater share of the support obligation than the parent with a smaller income.
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