State Seeks Input on New Child Support Rules

State Seeks Input on New Child Support Rules

By Abdul Hakim-Shabazz

The state of Indiana is asking for citizen input on new guidelines regarding child support. One of which no longer automatically allows for child support up to age 21, but instead ends support at 18.

Indy Politics speaks with child support and father’s rights advocate Stuart Showalter.

The Leon-Tailored Audio runs 12 minutes.

A copy of the proposed rules can be found here.

Public comment closes August 11.

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Via: http://indypolitics.org/2015/08/05/state-seeks-input-on-new-child-support-rules/

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