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What does the Social Security Act have to do with child support?

Back in the early 1970s, Congress began to realize the importance of non-custodial parents to their children. In particular, lawmakers realized that parents whom were legally obligated to support their children were also often more involved in their children's overall development -- especially with regards to their children's scholastic and extracurricular activities.

Relocation of Minor Children: What to Expect

Relocation of the minor children are some of the most challenging and emotional cases filed within the family courts. This is especially true if you are the parent seeking permission form the court to move. The judge is tasked with burden of weighing competing interests: One parent whose life will be improved by the move vs. the other parent who may be deprived of frequent and meaningful contact with the children.

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