When Cooperation Just Isn't Working

Morgan, Laura W.
March 2001
SAA Families;Spring2001, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p4
Presents legal actions for a parent not cooperating to the welfare of the children in the United States. Wage withholding order for the earnings of non-custodial parent; Neutral transition location for non-custodial parent to pick up the children during the visitation schedule; Adoption of children by the stepparent.


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