Skip to Main Content

Printer Friendly

Sanctioned Custodial Parents

Some districts have tried to sue custodial parents who are subject to public assistance sanctions on the theory that they are not supporting their children. This "Letter Regarding Support Regulations" explains why this is wrong.






Assisting Non-Custodial Parents to Modify Child Support and Arrears Payments
Although not a comprehensive list, here are some straightforward ways for legal services and other community agencies to assist parents to proceed pro se. Read More

Squeezing the “Happily Sanctioned Family”
Local Districts Turn Up the Heat
Public Assistance recipients who reside in households with dependant children and who fail to comply with work rules are sanctioned. Read More

Letter Regarding Support Regulations
Letter from Bob Sharkey regarding suing the non absent parent in a public assistance case. Read More