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Child Support Aims and Objectives
Child Support Aims and Objectives
Understanding the functions of a Child Support agency may enable parents and legal guardians, who care for children, to temporarily adapt whilst the process of…...
Child Support News/Blog
Child Support News/Blog
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How Do Child Support Agencies Work?
How Do Child Support Agencies Work?
Child support agencies arrange the collection and payment distribution of child maintenance funds. This can only be done on the request of the resident parent, and…...
The EU and Common Child Support Laws
The EU and Common Child Support Laws
Under UK and continental law it is within children’s rights to acquire a detailed summary of the non resident parent’s income, in order to receive maintenance payment…...
The Reform of the CSA
The Reform of the CSA
The Child Support Agency (CSA) has had many changes over recent years, primarily due to criticism over maintenance backlog and rising administrative costs. Getting it…...
Why Child Maintenance and Enforcement is Necessary
Why Child Maintenance and Enforcement is Necessary
To ensure effective children maintenance arrangements are in place, the Child Maintenance Enforcement Commission (CMEC) follows strict guidelines to enforce financial…...
Why Child Support Was Introduced
Why Child Support Was Introduced
The Child Support Agency, or CSA, was established to offer support to lone parents caring for children. This regulated system of collecting maintenance funds from non…...
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