Explains how to arrive at a fair child support settlement, discusses the problem of delinquent payments, and suggests ways to improve the systemMen with net incomes of over $50, 000 annually paid only 5 percent in child support, while those who made between ... the full amount of child support they owed.7 Weitzman concluded that almost three-fourths of the California fathers in her study ... Although wealthier men are usually ordered to pay a smaller percentage of their income in child support, this does not mean that they are more likely to pay it.
|Title||:||Child Support in America|
|Author||:||Joseph I. Lieberman|
|Publisher||:||Yale University Press - 1988-07|