- Author:Mary L. Boland
- Publisher:Sphinx Publishing (May 2004)
- Pages:240 pages
- Subcategory:Family Law
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Start by marking Child Support: Your Legal Guide to Collecting . Paperback, 300 pages. Published May 1st 2004 by Sphinx Publishing (first published April 2004).
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Boland, Mary L,Boland, Mary L. Child support This book provides you with simple and direct answers that get you the results. Child support. This book provides you with simple and direct answers that get you the results you and your child needs.
The laws of all states provide that every parent has a legal duty to support his or her child.
Published by Sphinx Publishing. Condition: VERY GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp(s). Seller Inventory 2673180838.
In her first book, Crime Victims' Guide to Justice, Boland delves into how the legal system works in regard to the victim.
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace, Sphinx (Naperville, IL), 2005. Contributor to state and federal law publications. Crime Victims' Guide to Justice has been published in Spanish. In her first book, Crime Victims' Guide to Justice, Boland delves into how the legal system works in regard to the victim. She discusses various kinds of crimes and how victims, who often feel powerless, can get help.
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This book explains in detail what the child support order is and what it is not. It discusses legal measures that can be taken to collect child support, gives clear direction for anyone interested in changing the child support order and finally addresses the termination of support. Various problems like kidnapping, abuse, visitation problems and a parent living in another state are also discussed. Appendices identify state-by-state child support laws, child enforcement agencies and additional resources for further assistance in pursuing child support.