Position Paper On Child Support

Position Paper On Child Support

Over $83 billion in accumulated unpaid support is due to almost 20 million children in the United States. The government child support agency collection rate, the percentage of cases receiving one or more payments was 42%. Families being limited on welfare benefits, in addition to the current working poor are most in need of adequate and regular child support payments to become and remain self- sufficient. States have been in the past unable and show no signs of being able to meet this increased demand on their child support enforcement system. 36% of all child support cases in the U.S. involve more than one state. Delinquent parents are able to flee across state lines to avoid child support obligations. 50% of all white children growing up in single parent households, who do not receive support, live at or below the poverty level. 60% of all Hispanic children growing up in single parent households live at or below the poverty level. 70% of all black children growing up in single parent households live at or below the poverty level. The standard of living of females after divorce has dropped, as of 2000 by 45%. There are over

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