Papers From Other Sources
Children: Constitutionally Sound Objectives and Means,”
Georgia Bar Journal, Oct. 2000, by Rebecca A. Hoelting.
A rebuttal to the above article by William C. Akins.
State Child Support Guidelines, By Donald J. Bieniewicz.
This paper is in response to a written request from Joseph S. Crane,
Chairman, 1999 Virginia Child Support Quadrennial Review Panel,
for a submission setting forth the author's method and suggestions
for guidelines for determining child support amounts. The author
was an appointed member of an expert panel that provided advice
on the general nature of the research and made recommendations that
appeared in Evaluation of Child Support Guidelines, prepared by
CSR, Inc, for the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE)
in 1996. He is also author of a model child support guideline that
appeared as Chapter 11 in Child Support Guidelines: the Next Generation,
which was published by the OCSE in 1994.
This website includes a searchable database
of citations, abstracts, and full documents of child support related
articles, books, book chapters, dissertations and reports to federal,
state, and local governments. The database is updated continuously
and is searchable by use of any keyword or phrase including the
names of authors, journals, or topical subjects. The site is developed
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Social Responsibility (FASR) on behalf of the National Child Support
Enforcement Association (NCSEA).
Support at a Crossroads: When the Real World Intrudes Upon Academics
by Ronald K. Henry, Family Law Quarterly, Spring 1999,
A New Zealand and an Australian economist published an article in
10, No 2) that applies the economic principles of horizontal and
vertial equity to child support.
Father of Today's Child Support Public Policy: His Personal
Exploitation of the System, and the Fallacy of His “Income
by James R. Johnston, August 1998.
for Modification of Child Support Guidelines and Reform of their
Use Corresponding to the Views of the Pennsylvania
by Jay H. Todd, Jr. and Roger F. Gay and Jay H. Todd. Sixteen pages.
Non-Residential Fathers: Off-Balance in a Competitive Economy, In
By Kathryn Edin, Laura Lein, Timothy Nelson, September 28, 1998.
Child Support Guideline Problem
By Roger F. Gay MSc. and Gregory Palumbo, Ph.D.
Solution to the Child Support Guideline Problem
By Roger F. Gay.
Equations for Calculating Child Support and Spousal Maintenance
With Discussion on Child Support Guidelines by Roger Gay .
in the United States: A Profile
U.S. Department of Census .
Fathers: Can They Afford to Pay More Child Suppor [HTML]
by Elaine Sorenson, the Urban Institute.
Supreme Court opinion limiting child support guidelines designed
for welfare cases to welfare cases. Also that child support should
not be so burdensome as to deny the obligor the ability to meet
basic living needs. Smith v. Smith, 626 P2d 342, (No. 71-3146, CA
16098, SC 27080) Supreme Court of Oregon, En Banc, Argued and submitted
Sept. 8, 1980. Decided March 24, 1981.
Where They Thinking?
The Development of Child Support Guidelines in Canada
Written Brief, 2000, by Paul Millar and Anne H. Gauthier, CANADA.
The working paper version of an article published in the Canadian
Journal of Law and Society [Vol. 17, No. 1, p. 139-162]. Examines
the historical development of the child support guidelines adopted
for Canada in 1997, and the assumptions that underpin them. The
original goals of the guidelines are compared with their apparent
and likely results to provide a map for future adjustments and policy
Senate Committee on Child Support Guidelines
Written Brief, April, 1998, by Karen Selick, CANADA. A critical
evaluation of the underlying philosophy of Canada's child support
guidelines by a practicing attorney. Applicable to guidelines in
the U.S. and other countries.
Support – The View from Mars
by Karen Selick, attorney.