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Work with experienced attorney to seek modification of child support order

Last time, we looked at how the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is currently working on several projects to determine how to increase the effectiveness of child support collections efforts. As we noted, child support delinquency is commonly assumed to be due to the fault of the parent obligated to pay support.

MDHHS research touches upon important issue in child support: ability to pay

Child support is an important resource for mothers with minor children who don’t have the financial benefit of marriage. One of the perpetual difficulties with child support, of course, is that payments are not always consistently made. Whenever child support is not being paid, of course, that is a concern for the state, which is charged with enforcing child support orders.

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