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Gaining Ground on Child Support Payment Recovery


Income is a critical factor in determining child support payments. Changes in income may impact a parent’s ability to fulfill their obligations. Parents who fall into debt may face challenges accessing credit, housing and jobs — further limiting their abilities to provide child support. 

To improve outcomes for families, child support agencies should monitor non-custodial parents’ incomes and debt obligations. Armed with data, caseworkers can develop effective strategies to help parents maintain their payments and get out of arrears faster.  

Download our new report — Gaining Ground on Child Support Payment Recovery — for actionable insights and relevant findings, including:

  • Regular payments are key to debt recovery
  • Increased income can help short-term recovery
  • An income “shock” among lower-income parents can lead to unrecoverable debt

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