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Penalties for Non-Payment of Child Support that Could Lead to Jail Time

It is generally known that state governments take the non-payment of child support seriously and typically are diligent about pursuing parents who fall behind. State governments place a heavy emphasis on this issue, because, often, the custodial parents who are not receiving child support must resort to public assistance benefits in order to provide for their families. This reality spurs…

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Collecting Child Support Payments When Parents Live Outside Michigan

As Americans continue to become more mobile and thus more likely to move to another state, or even relocate to another country, it is now more common for divorced parents who share parenting time for their children to live in different places. However, moving to another state or country does not end the parent's obligations to pay child support or…

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Enforcing Child Support Court Orders

For most single parents child support payments are essential to their ability to provide the basic necessities for their children and if child support payments are irregular or nonexistent, the stability of the entire family is often threatened. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is involved at all levels of the child support process, from locating an…

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How to Modify Child Support Payments

Providing financial support for a child is an obligation most parents willingly accept as they will do everything they can to ensure that their children are afforded the best lives possible. However, the desire to satisfy a child support obligation for your child may not mesh with your current financial reality. Some people become so overwhelmed by their inability to…

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The Basics of Child Support in Michigan

Providing financial support for a child is a statutory obligation each parent assumes when a child is born and typically continues until the child reaches the age of 18. This obligation still exists when a couple gets divorced or legally separates and the entry of a Uniform Child Support Order is the legal mechanism used to enforce this responsibility. In…

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Rare Case Ends With Only One Twin Receiving Child Support

When most people hear the words child support, thoughts of two parents arguing over money come to mind. Similarly, when one hears the word paternity, they often think about genetic testing to prove who a child's father is. While these are both common scenarios in Domestic Court cases, every case is unique and comes with its own special set of…

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