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Research & Case Law

In re Paternity of IC (Wyoming 1999)

January 1999

A court has the authority to deviate a child support obligation downward based on insurance and travel costs.

Gentzel v. Williams (Kansas 1998)

October 1998

Provisions of the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act, the Interstate Income Withholding Act, and the Full Faith and Credit for Child Support Orders Act are applied to the facts of each case.

Gentzel v. Williams (Kansas 1998)

October 1998

The Uniform Interstate Family Support Act provides statutory jurisdiction in the district courts to modify a child support order of another state.

Reducing Welfare Costs and Dependency: How Much Bang for the Child Support Buck?

October 1998

The report examines the degree to which the nation has been successful in reducing welfare costs through child support, and estimates the welfare savings that might be expected if more fathers were to pay child support.

Wood v. Wood (Wyoming 1998)

September 1998

Individual is not voluntarily underemployed because (s)he voluntarily commits a crime, which limits their employment options, if evidence reveals that they make a good faith effort to find the highest paying job possible given their situation.

State ex rel. Secretary of SRS v. Mayfield (Kansas 1998)

September 1998

In an action to establish an order for support of the child, failure to join any person as a party shall not deprive the court of jurisdiction to determine whether a party to the action has a duty to support the child and, if so, to enter an order for support.

State ex rel. Secretary of SRS v. Mayfield (Kansas 1998)

September 1998

In an action to establish an order for support of the child, failure to join any person as a party shall not deprive the court of jurisdiction to determine whether a party to the action has a duty to support the child and, if so, to enter an order for support.

Rupp v. Grubb (Kansas 1998)

July 1998

Where a parent is incarcerated in a correctional facility, the fact of incarceration, standing alone, is not legal justification for the suspension or modification of the parent's child support obligation previously determined under the Kansas Child Support Guidelines.

Rupp v. Grubb (Kansas 1998)

July 1998

Where a parent is incarcerated in a correctional facility, the fact of incarceration, standing alone, is not legal justification for the suspension or modification of the parent's child support obligation previously determined under the Kansas Child Support Guidelines.

In re Marriage of Thurmond (Kansas 1998)

July 1998

The fact of incarceration, standing alone, is not legal justification for the suspension or modification of the parent's child support obligation previously determined under the Kansas Child Support Guidelines.

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