Paying more or accepting less child support: Parental compromises in CSA private collect
We extend our two earlier articles in this special issue by conducting a detailed cross-case analysis of the reason(s) that individual payers and payees gave for paying more or taking less child support than required. We focus on apparently consensual arrangements occurring in the context of private transfers because the ‘black box’ nature of these transfers means that the presence of financial abuse may be hidden. Data were collected in 2008 (ie, pre-child support reform). The analytic...[Show more]
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