The 17% Solution: Child Support Issues Faced By Low Income Parents
This session will focus on the myriad issues faced by low income custodial and non-custodial parents in the world of child support enforcement. The session will include an overview of the requirement that applicants and recipients assign their rights to child support or obtain child support orders as a condition of eligibility for public assistance, Medicaid and child care, including "good cause" exceptions; a review of the State's new desk review procedure for custodial parents who believe they were erroneously denied or underpaid the $50 pass through and excess support, and issues raised by the State call center which pre-empts calls to local support collection units. The session will also cover issues faced by indigent respondents including excessive child support add-ons, problems with the $500 cap on arrears and restraints on exempt income. Finally, the session will include an overview of the provisions in the Deficit Reduction Act that affect child support.
Date of original presentation: 09/23/2008
Presenters: Susan Antos, Senior Attorney, Empire Justice Center; Jennifer Magida, Staff Attorney, New York Legal Assistance Group
Viewing time: 1 hour 35 minutes
CLE Credits: 1.5 Professional Practice
If you do not want CLE credit for watching this training, there is no charge.
If you want New York State CLE credit, you may receive 1.5 hours of CLE credits
for Professional Practice. The cost of CLE is:
$60.00 for Not-for-Profit Agencies; $90.00 for Private Practice Attorneys. When you complete this registration form, you will receive a link to the training. The link to the CLE forms will be on the training page.
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