“Voluntary Unemployment,” Imputed Income, and Modification: Laws and Policies for Incarcerated Noncustodial Parents.

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US Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Child Support Enforcement
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Fact Sheet
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For child support to be a reliable source of income for children, parents who are incarcerated need child support orders that reflect actual income. This chart, which reviews practices, laws, and policies in different jurisdictions, is a companion to the “Realistic Child Support Orders for Incarcerated Parents” fact sheet, PAID fact sheet No. 4.

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