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Child support obligations for inmates may change

While most inmates in California prisons have their child support obligations suspended when they are incarcerated for a certain amount of time, this is not the case in many other states. However, new regulations issued by the Obama administration will require all states to allow inmates to request a modification of support as well as letting both parents know that this is an option if the incarceration is for more than six months.

Child support increases parent involvement

Many California parents receive or seek child support from a former spouse. Child support is both a necessary and a legal requirement for any parent. This includes not only divorced parents but also absent parents who may never have been married. The federal Child Support Enforcement Program made it clear that the government expects all parents to provide financial support to child regardless of marital status or other factors.

Former NFL wide receiver fails to appear in court

Football fans in California may have heard that Robert Meachem, a former wide receiver for the New Orleans Saints, has been ordered by a Louisiana judge to pay back child support and alimony to his former wife. Meacham played for the Saints when the team won the Super Bowl in 2010. He last played in 2014, the year he separated from his wife.

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