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Who Are the Parties in IV-D Child Support Proceedings? And What Difference Does It Make?

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This bulletin examines who is, and who isn't in a IV-D proceeding; whether a custodial parent is, or may become, a party in a IV-D proceeding; whether the IV-D agency that initiates, institutes, takes up, or pursues a paternity or child support proceeding does so on behalf of the custodial parent who is the agency's client or acts on behalf of and for the benefit of the county or State; why it is important to determine who is and isn't a party in IV-D proceedings; and what it means to be a party in a IV-D proceeding.\r\n
Family Law Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7494 F35x), Vol. Issue 22, Jan 2007, p1-19, f