Interstate Enforcement of Support: A Short Primer on Federal and Uniform Law
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This Manual will explain how Interstate Child Support Enforcement works and what has been instituted help you collect or maintain a support obligation across state lines.

Often times a either the paying or receiving parent is forced to move to another state, at which time a lot of important steps need to be taken in order to secure support payments going forward.

The increasing mobility of the American population has wrought many legal problems. For example, the issue of custodial parent relocation has exploded in the last 10 years. This mobility has also had the effect of decreased child support compliance. A smaller percentage of obligees who receive support from out-of-state obligors actually receive the support that is due than obligees who receive support from in-state obligors. The FFCCSOA and UIFSA are the primary weapons in the arsenal of interstate child support enforcement.

Interstate Enforcement of Support: A Short Primer on Federal and Uniform Law
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