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"Voluntary Unemployment," Imputed Income, and Modification Policies for Incarcerated NCPs Chart

PAID - Child Support Fact Sheet #4 (companion piece)

Published: June 20, 2012
Information About:
State/Local Child Support Agencies, Courts, Other Public Partners
Case Management, Project to Avoid Increasing Delinquencies (PAID), Family Services & Referrals, Incarceration/Prisoner Reentry
Child Support Fact Sheet, Toolkit & Training

For child support to be a reliable source of income for children, parents who are incarcerated need child support orders that reflect actual income. This chart, which reviews practices, laws, and policies in different jurisdictions, is a companion to the Realistic Child Support Orders for Incarcerated Parents fact sheet, PAID fact sheet No. 4.