our-blog-icon-top
NPO publishes blog articles to inform and to stimulate conversation about issues of importance to NPO's mission.  All blog articles express the opinions of the authors as individuals and do not necessarily reflect the views of National Parents Organization, its Board of Directors, or its executives.  

Los Angeles, CA--"'Get out your TurboTax, and get out your child-support guidelines, and run the numbers. You'll see that in most cases the [Massachusetts] guidelines were a windfall [for custodial parents], and now they're a bigger windfall,' he says. "In middle-class families in which the earnings of both parents are about the same, 'you create two households that are grossly different in the standard of living,' Fathers & Families Holstein says." Psychology Today isn't known for being particularly sympathetic to our side, but they have a nice article today about child support and Fathers & Families' recent, highly-publicized lawsuit over Massachusetts new child support guidelines. The article is Child Support: How much is too much? (Psychology Today, 1/22/09)--To comment, click here.

Share this post

Submit to FacebookSubmit to Google PlusSubmit to TwitterSubmit to LinkedIn