Ohio House Bill 366 is a reform package that will change the way child support orders are calculated and is has just been signed by Governor Kasich. You might also hear it called Senate Bill 125, however it is the same bill as House Bill 366 with only minor technical changes that were made by the Senate.
What happens if the party obligated to pay child or spousal support suddenly becomes unemployed? A New insurance group now offers Marital Settlement Agreement Insurance to insure divorce obligations during periods of unemployment.
Should Child Support Payments And Visitation Rights Remain Independent Of Each Other In Ohio? Recent New York Ruling Says Child Support And Visitation Are Linked And Dependent Upon One Another As a general rule, the payment of child support and
Casino Jackpot? Maybe Not. Another ‘Weapon’ for the Child Support Enforcement Agencies of Ohio The State of Ohio has eighty-eight (88) counties and each county has a Child Support Enforcement Agency (“CSEA”) tasked with the collection of child support payments
Recent Child Support Study Shows That We May Be Overlooking the In-Kind Support Low-Income, Non-Custodial Fathers Actually Provide In a recent article published in The Journal of Marriage and Family, a study of the child support provided by approximately 400